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Hi, I'm so glad you guys are here! What a wonderful service. I have a 27inch c227 sf22. The sound is fine and I can see the picture, but it's been "HULK"ified! Completely green!(with feint white lines running at a very slight angle across the screen.) Please help. Thank you so much, I appreciate your time. Janine

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  • Riveroc Jun 14, 2008

    WOW! You are FAST!!! Very cool. Thanks for your help. Quick clarification though, I'm not sure if this matters- it's a Panasonic, but not a projection T.V. 
    Thanks again
    Janine

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It sounds like a bad picture tube or a video driver. Either way not a self repair.

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    Don Jun 16, 2008

    Yeah, either way I still suspect a bad CRT or driver. Does the TV ultimatley shut down or will it run like that? If the CRT is bad then most likely not worth repairing depending on age. Panasonic CRT's tend to be a on the pricy side to replace. Most TV's now don't use CRT's as they are all flat panel or some form of projection IE: DLP, LCD...etc.

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