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Yellowish colour of the monitor

All of a sudden my pc monitor colour changed to yellowish inbetween it comes to normal but same problem again yellowish
what should i do pls help?

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Check the datad cable of monitor, if ok.then soldring may be dry ot the CRT neck

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