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Resolders the FBT-(flyback tranformer).Resolders the video board connections sockets holes,that the board connected to the CRT-(tv tube).Plug in the tv,to have power to the tv,take out the tv video board,for exposer of the CRT-(tv tube).Take an electrical wire with a good insalation in it,grounded to the tv steel frame some where.Take the other end of the wire go toward the open high voltage CRT-(tv tube).U will hear a pop sound,than ur tv CRT-(tv tube) is a 100% clean out of contaminations or u will hear a deeing sounds only,mean the tv CRT-(tv tube) it is to old to pop anymore,just let tv deeing sounds going on for like about 20 mins to rejuvenated the old CRT-(tv tube).After this repluging the tv video board for a tv signal and readjust the button on the FBT-(flyback tranformer) that said focus to fix the CRT-(tv tube) focus problems.
Go to the video menu and turn the color control to minimum. Determine if you have a black & white picture or is it green & white. If the picture is greenish, you have a problem in the screen circuit or possibly a bad picture tube. If the black & white is ok then I would suspect a problem in the chroma circuit such as a bad video jungle IC or a crystal. However, because your set had a red blinking issue prior to your existing condition I would lean towards the picture tube as the source or your troubles. You can try a simple test to determine if you have an intermittant short . Take the back off the set, and with the insulated end of your screw driver, very very lightly tap on the neck of the picture tube near the socket. If you see green flashes or hear loud snaps in conjunction with your taps or the green tint goes away, chances are the tube is the cause. If so, you might try installing an isolation transformer on the picture tube. Good luck