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There is likely something wrong with the tube itself. It could be a short that is only there when the line warms up (10 seconds is plenty considering the amount of power that runs through it) or the CRT has a crack.
If you want to continue with this type of TV there are quite a few reliable TV repair companies in almost every mid to large town around the US. If you don't want to invest in repairing a 15 year old TV (not a bad life span for electronics by the way) then you could very likely find a 32"-37" LCD TV at your local electronic store that is reasonably priced.
thir is somecondensers on the tv needs to be changed especialy on pwer supply and vertical circuit it is easy fault but needs technication,,,but first be sure thir is no floresent lamp common with the same supply of the set
I wouldn't attempt as the capacitors on a tv store around 25000 volts this is more than enough to kill you and they keep there charge even when the tv is off. Either take it to a repair shop or put that money towards buying a new tv - Do not even attempt to open the tv. (It sounds like maybe a tube has gone or the electromagnet that makes the beam move vertically is gone.
With the set being 12 years old, I'm sure the picture tube is near the end of its useful life. You probably have a defective semiconductor, either an IC or transistor that has gone up giving you no color, but with the green picture, it is not likely worth repair.
I would suggest to unplug the tv from the wall for about 15 minutes and then plug it back in,and turn it on,this should reset the microprocessor and realign the colors back to normal.let Us know how it goes and if you need more help.