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Monitor problem i am missing my red colour in my samtron 56v monitor.can you give one solution..???

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    i am missing my red colour in my samtron 56v monitor.can you give one solution..???

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I think the problem is in your monitor and it is not manuall. any part of your monitor might have been damaged ,so get it checked by an hardware expert

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I have a Problem in vga cable of my Samtron 56V Monitor.. Pls tel me how to replace


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SIGNAL CABLE WIREING.
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