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Tv problem my goldstar color tv....menu color turned black....{green to black} and it has current in its chassis{something 110V}. any suggestion would greatly appreciated> Thank you.

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There is a short circuit from one of the internal wires to the chassis and i believe it is affecting the picture tube due to the field....

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