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24"insignia tv blue&green picture

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I have the exact same problem with mine. It has a green screen. I was told that the color piece went out in it, but i don't know where i can go to get it fixed.

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Insignia TV 24 inches, don't get any image

Try power-cycling your TV (turn it off and unplug for several minutes) and reset to factory defaults via the onscreen menu system (owner's manual can be found here for more details). If these steps don't work, repairs may be necessary. Service can be obtained by carrying the unit in to the place of purchase.

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It sounds like the electronic ciruitry tha fire the Blue Gun of your CRT is not working. It could be as simple as a cold solder joint in the circuit (very common) or a malfuntioned component. I wouldn't advise repair by yourself due to the High Voltage and the risk of CRT Implosion. Any reputable PC or TV Repair Shop should be able to repair pretty cheap.

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My TV shows the picture in green. I had it for about 3 years. What can be done about it?

If its a LCD projection TV (such as Sony Wega, Hitachi, Epson, Philips, and some Panasonic, some Mitsubishi), and the green image is in the whole screen or just one part as a blob. Is most probably that one of your LCD Color Filters is damaged (burned out or starting to get busted), I don’t know if you can just replace the color filter, I believe you need to change the whole light engine system or the optical block. There are some places around, I found some on ebay but you should definitely try on discountdashmerchantdotcom their price range $260.00 - $330.00

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Factory Settings for Picture

Reset by powering off and unplugging from the wall outlet. If green problem persists than your Green CRT tube could be bad and in need of repair - they go out all of a sudden.

Mar 23, 2008 | Insignia IS 20" TV040919 TV

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Insignia 27", no picture, clicks on and off by itself

Had same problem with a 24" Insignia. Took it back to BestBuy who sent it in for repair. Repair ticket listed problem as a couple of "cold" solder joints. Apparently correct as set has worked fine ever since I get it back.

Nov 13, 2007 | Insignia NS- 27" TV27 TV

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Green Screen

check on crt board green amp transister and associated ckt should be short. or green drive transister,or main jungle ic which drive green signal is sure defective, i had the same problem in rca 32 inch tv for all screen red,replacing chroma ic solved the problem.

Sep 12, 2007 | Insignia IS 20" TV040919 TV

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Occasional discoloring, tv randomly turns from green tint to no tint

Loose connections in CTR board ( picture tube), resolder it.

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My tv is picture is blue and green

Hi there my t.v has a similar problem, I turned it on and the colours arn't right, there the colours go out in three circles mainly mainly blue, green, red yellow, but depends whats showing on the t.v? Please help.

Apr 17, 2007 | Bush 5693D 24" TV

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The picture is only producing the basic colours red green and blue

Can you post a picture of the Tv with the issue stated?

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