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Greenish picture, or lack of red.

All of the picture has a green tinge to it, no matter what input I use and no matter what source I use. I have gone through all of the flash focus and convergence. At first I though that it was the red gun but when I press MENU their is red in the menu and green and blue. OK so it's producing red, green, yellow and blue and they're all accurate. Once in a while the red comes back and people look human no martians. I'm thinking tuner???? Any help would be appreciated.

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Re: Greenish picture, or lack of red.

Not tuner........Did you check RGB screen adjust up front
behind access panel?.....Possible CRT issue.............T.

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