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Color and brightness problem

Hi, my problem started a few weeks before.. sometimes Screen became more brighter and sometimes greenish.. in this week it become really dark.. its coloured.. can see blue and others.. but the brightness is gone.. while its %100 i cannot understand anytn on a picture.. when the cable not connected to pc ( no signal mode ) problem still remains..

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Has it been dropped? At first it sounded like it may be have been an intermittent short if the CRT guns, but it's hard to say. Since it doesn't seem to be the cable, it sounds like this one needs component-level troubleshooting.

Posted on Jan 12, 2007

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