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Green discoloration is bothering the whole screen.

Pictures are then seen with dominant green colors which greatly affects the appearance and detail of pictures. My monitor model # is LG flatron W1943TV.

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Check the pins at both ends of the cable, also try it on another PC to make sure it is not the PC video card problem.

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