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Pink/green Screen problem

I recently returned from holiday, and found that my TV had suddenly decided to show pictures in Pink and Green!?

I have a scout through some other issues on this page, and noticed that magnets and amplifiers could possibly be the problem. I have since checked that these are not in the vicinity, and am still no the wiser ?

Do you have any ideas on this for me ?

Your help would be much appreciated.

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Hi there your problem is a component called a degause thermistor its a part the demagnetizes the crt. They are very common for just dying but it will need to go to a repair shop to fix it myself i charge about £30 for this repair but i dont know what others charge All the best Bob

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