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Tv picture going green

I have a 80cm Akai CRT Television which after a while of being on goes green in colour. Picture is not fuzzy and still clear but the only colours are green,black and white. Even white is a green colour.

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  • bradwinlee Jan 07, 2008

    Sorry, but I'm not a techo to take off cover of TV and check boards. I don't even know what a resistor looks like. Can you or anyone provide some "non techo" options for me to try, besides leaving it powered off at the wall for a day??

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Hi there, you have a color section or video section problem, check the crt board, there may be and open resistor or jumper, check those transistor driver too. check the small board at the back of the crt tube, do some test and see any cold solder. ty

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