Have blue,dk.green,red and pea green lines running from the PC speakers..To what do I plug them into in the back of the tv? The tvcombo is a 19" POLaroid ...which I bought in December....asked something like this in Decmber...Can;t find the model #
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This sounds like a problem with the component video connection (the red/green/blue cable; sometimes labeled Y,Pb,Pr). You can get a pink screen if the Green (Y) or the Blue (Pb) aren't plugged in correctly. Recheck those first.
If you look carefully at teh line it should be red, green, and blue close together to appear like a white line. If this is the case, then the vertical circuit has failed. This is often poor solder connections at the vertical IC or a defective IC. Expect a parts cost in the $20 range for this repair.
The red, blue and green RCA hook up is just video. You must also use the red and white pair of RCA jacks for the audio. You can usually find the audio red and white jacks right below the video red, blue and green RCA jacks. Get yourself an audio RCA cord with the red and white connectors and run that from your video device audio output to the audio input of the TV that corresponds with the video input of the TV. An example would be if the red, blue and green are on the "Video 1" input of your TV you will find the red and white audio input for "Video 1" right below or right next to the video inputs.
The red, blue and green video jacks are called "component video" and they only have a video signal for high definition video, so you must also run a separate audio line for it. The same holds true for the yellow video RCA connector, that one is called "composite video" and it also has only a video signal with no audio.
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yes! the problem is in the CRT board the RGB colors! you have lost of blue and red! thats why your unit is green! and only green is worked the blue and red is not work! maybe you have lost contact of them! resolder all CRT board to comeback the normal picture!
If some areas of the screen are blue and green while other areas are normal, then either the picture tube has been heavily magnetized or damaged by falling over. If there is any kind of magnetic field near the set, such as a large stereo speaker or elecrtic motor, move them away from each other, unplug the TV and let it sit for an hour or so, plug it in and turn it on. The TV demagnetizes the picture tube with each cold start. If the colors are still off then it may need a stronger external demagnetizer, but if the tube was damaged by shock then it cannot be fixed.
You could have a bad connection on the picture tube socket, the Driver transistor could be bad or a poor solder connectionm in the blue driver circuit or the picture tube could be bad. Now there are no user serviceable parts inside this set so you shouldnt be looking or tinkering with it unless you know the HI voltage concerns involved with serviceing tv sets. you should be able to get an estimate on this set at your local repair shop, Good Luck