The TV was working just fine until one morning I turned it on and everything was lime green! I can still make out what's going on but it's like there's a lime green veil over everything. I tried to adjust the color with the remote but it just made everything a different shade of green.
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Re: Screen is green!
Something with the picture tube drive circuit or the picture tube its self has a problem AS I have stated before MANY times in the past, If your not a trained technician, then this is not a repair you should attempt to repair or experiment with for a repair. Find a reliable tech to assist you with this repair as theres too much HIgh Voltage in these set6s for you to be playing with it . Good Luck
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i have thought about this since you first posted it. if the demo is good then the light engine is ok. it sounds like a problem in the chassis. probably on the DM and the terminal board. to repair the chassis would cost about $250.00 plus shipping. go to www.tv-techs.com
Check the cable connections and/or replace the cables to the AV2 input.
If replacing the cable doesn't provide a solution, try running your DVD through the input. Since it works fine now, you would be checking the input AV2 by putting your working DVD. If the DVD plays with no problems, the input is fine.
Also try the VCR using coax into the TV instead of RCA into AV2. This will give you some idea about the condition of the VCR.