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You are not permitted to alter the surface of the green except by removing loose sticks leaves etc which impede your putting line, and to repair pitch marks, which should be done as soon as players arrive at the green. So no, it isn't allowable to rub the ball on the surface of the green. You can't even repair spike marks before everyone putts out, although you can when everyone has left the green. It is a 2 shot penalty to break this Rule 16.
You are allowed to clean the ball by marking THEN lifting it. Use a towel, which is a standard golfing accessory.
Hope it is just cleaning take off the front screen. I think on that model remove the speaker covers, and a row of screws holding the bottom of the screen remove them. Watch the wires to the front buttons there may be a connector or two to undo. Carefully lift up and toward you WATCH THE WIRES. With a dry clean cloth wipe off the three CRT tops and the back mirror. Put back together and see.
If you still have a green hue.
Remove the screen again. With a flash light look down the CRT's if they a real cruddy down in the coolant yes there is liquid coolant in them. The red doesn't have this trouble but the blue and green can get contaminated. Also look for leaking of the coolant down on the boards. There are procedures to clean and repair leaks. Let me know.
There are a couple of focus procedures which I don't think is your issue.
Does not sound like the chips are bad. What you need to adjust is "SKEW". You need to enter "service Mode" then go into "Coarse Convergence". Skew can be adjusted for all 3 colors. Unless you have the service manual, these corrections should not be attempted.
To clean the INSIDE of the screen, you really have to disassemble the TV. Remove all the screws that hold the "back" ( the piece with the mirror) to the front (screen) assembly. The screen can be cleaned with a solution of diluted isopropyl alcohol, no more than a 50% solution. Drugstores will carry it, but it might be 70%-90%. Just dilute with distilled water (not tap water as it contains minerals). Personally I have used 70% with no ill side effects but 50% is recommended.
Use a microfiber cloth and they also sell a product at wall mart in electronics for flat screen tvs monitors and so forth just for the purpose of cleaning them. But a microfiber cloth should handle the bulk of it. if not go to walmart and take a peek.
Good Day, sam;
Sam it depends on "smudge".
If it's an oily type; then a mild soap, like dawn, on damp, warm soft cotton type cloth may remove it.
There are products found in most large best buy, circuit stores that sell a screen cleaner. It's sold in a small spay bottle, about 2-3 ounces. Always spray onto cloth NOT screen. Always wipe/clean with up & down strokes, NOT side to side or at an angle.
If the screen is smudged after attempts of trying to 'cleanning' a scratch, then only replacing the screen will fixya problem, cost will be in the range of $100.00-$250.00.
Good Luck, hope this was helpful, big IRISH.
there are two screens..the lenticular..and the fresnal...you can try to
pull them apart(very fragile!) and clean them but you must be careful
not leave any water or moister between them(blowdry or wipe completely
dry after cleaning with damp cloth) do not rub too hard...just spray
warm water on the rag and carefully wipe clean ...then dry. Putting the
screens back together isn't too tricky but let me stress..these screens
cannot be bent or they will break...pull them off with two people(one
on each side)..also you will have to take the front cover off because
the screens are literally clamped down to the front cover.....good
luck...let me know if you need futher assistance..........mike