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Color is going out

The color looks weak and not clear like it once was, how could this be fixed.

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Re: Color is going out

Kindly see the color cntrol and try to adjust it. at the front of ur monitor....

Posted on Jan 29, 2008

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-Picture tube has become weak after long useage
-A fault with the automatic degauss circuit could be causing the color problems.
-The color drive circuits may be out of adjustment.

I don't have instructions for you on how to fix this, I would recommend you either buy premium assistance or contact
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I would recommend you contact your dealer for repairs if you have warranty. If you don't have warranty it may be cheaper to ask around.

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