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A green tint to a tv means it's lost its red channel (may additionally be blue channel). Check that your video cables are connected fully. If that's not the culprit, and changing tv settings doesn't work, you'll need to take it to a repair shop; so they can repair the "red circuits:" Note: there aren't any "red circuits" per 'se, but there are circuits that tell the various computer chips - in the tv - how to handle the image. By "red circuits" I'm referring to these.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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