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No Green Recently after a power outage and re-starting up my cpu and monitor there was no "green" only blue and red with the occasional flash of a greenish horizontal line appearing in various places on the monitor. The monitor worked fine up until the outage.

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Check the crt board and follow the green signal path, could have a shorted transistor or a resistor out of tolerance on that line, check all the components on that line

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