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GREEN TINT Picked up a free PT-50LC14 from work. Apparently has a green tint and was informed the light engine was bad. What other causes can there be?

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    green tint appears on screen sometimes it will go away briefly then return....where is the light engine located?

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It is almost certain that the light engine is your problem.

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