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More than likely you have a bad LCD panel tab. The only true fix is the replace the panel. There are companies who will repair the tab but the cost of repairing the tab, and replacing the panel will exceed the cost of a new TV set. There are youtube videos of fixes but you will have to take the entire set apart.
Any TV repair center should be able to run a degauss coil over the unit and see if it's caused by the tube being magnetized. If that doesn't fix the issue then they can install magnets on the outside of the tube to clear that green shading issue.