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Brand new monitor screen doesn't have any red

My brand new monitor screen doesn't have any red color in it. It looks like an aqua green-blue color. Auto color and reset do not fix this. It was working at first now the screen has changed. It's a Soyo 22' Citrine Series LCD Monitor

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Take it back and buy a recognised brand monitor looks like yours could be a melon .Even a second hand one by Acer would be better.

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