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Color flashes magenta

Every once in a while, the color on my screen goes from regular white to magenta. While it's kind of pretty, it's harder to read. Any hints? I've already had to replace some of the capacitors that went bad (instructions also on this website). Was hoping this would have been fixed at the same time, but it wasn't.

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You have check all the pin on the video cable? Try it on another PC? Did you change all the CAPS as a set on the DC side for the 5 and 12vdc section, bad cap can look OK but will have high ESR.

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