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42H82 Picture is ALL GREEN

Really simple problem. Picture is COMPLETELY GREEN. Turn on the TV and you see nothing but green. Determined it is NOT a gun problem. Been looking at the hyper board and suspect the problem is there. Any solutions?

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If the picture is all green and does not shutdown then is probably not the tube and you need to check the green output transistor witch is ussually located in the crt board in the neck of the green tube,you also have an IC that gives the colors then you have a driver and finally the output,(IC and driver rarely go bad but is possible),when you pull the board out of the tube make sure it comes out easy,do not twist the board because it might brake the pins in the tube(gun) and then we will have big problems, many times they secure the board to the tube with silicone and it needs to be removed or cut before the board will come out.Each gun has an output and the defective one should be replaced with an exact replacement.Check also the conections in the green crt board.Let us know if you need more information.

Posted on Oct 26, 2006

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