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I have an Acer screen, about 1 year old. For some strange reason my screen has come up with a yellow/green tinge to it. Not easy on the eyes. Can I fix this problem myself or is it something that an expert needs to sort out? Many thanks Wayne

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Hello wayne,

If this is a CRT screen. . then this applies.

if you have discoloration on your CRT tube monitor (due to a magnet being place near the actual tube), (i.e Speakers)
Most new Monitors have a magnetic degaussing circuit built in the Click the Menu button on the monitor and look for "Degauss". If that doesn't fix the problem.

or check this out for more reference: metacafe link

good luck,

DjEnigma

Posted on Mar 30, 2008

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