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GREEN GHOST REST OF COLOR IS FIND JUST HAS A GREEN GHOST HAVE NO CONTROLS ON FRONT OF TV BEHIND SPEAKER COVER

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    John Peace Mar 21, 2008

    PHILIPS MAGNAVOX 9P6444C103 CHASSIS PTV840 WHERE CAN I TURN DOWN THE GREEN OR FOCUS GREEN CROSS HAIRS

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    John Peace Feb 23, 2009

    thanks for your time

  • squink007 May 02, 2009

    green ghost

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If you remove the back you will see a block with 6 knobs on it (2 red 2 green and 2 blue) DO NOT ADJUST THE BOTTOM ONES IF THE COLOR BALANCE IS FINE, slowly turn the the top green one and your green color should lose some of its glare. If not then the convergence is probably out, have you tried to adjust it using the convergence option on the menu? if you have then you would probably have to replace the STK 392 - 110 convergence chips (about 20 dollars on ebay)

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If you want to adjust focus and screen there is a focus block some sets they can be found on the front behind the gril then behind a cut out held in place by screws if not check from the rear. But a ghost like you say sounds like a convergence problem

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  • hiwatt Feb 24, 2009

    It is also posible there is a bacteria growth in the cooling fluid look down in the green lens while et is on. If there is a haze in the lens then new cooling fluid and cleaning the lens will fix it. If this is the problem removal of the tube assemby and then changing the fluid. DO NOT GET THE FLUID ON ANY CIRCUIT BOARD. The focus block as the other suggest may be the fix also. The fluid is not expensive but when you take the tue assemby out and back in you will have to reconverge the image. Make a mark around the tube to where it meets with the lens and that will help when you put the tube back on the assemby this is not a fun easy job if you have never did it before. I do hope the focus adjustment is the ticket for you but please take apeek at the tube,

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