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Danelle Lorenz Posted on Mar 10, 2007
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Picture has a green shade

We have a Toshiba tv and when we turned it on the picture has a yellow-green tint to the whole picture. We tried to correct it using the tint and other features but it still stays the same. We have also unplugged the tv from the wall hoping it would reset itself. Any suggestions?

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  • dmobra Dec 03, 2007

    Yellow Tint!!!

  • jap1228 Dec 09, 2007

    I have a Sony projection TV. There are green lines in the picture and occasionally the entire picture turns green and the tv shuts off. Do I need to replace the bulb or what is the best solution to resolve this?



    Thanks

  • Anonymous Nov 09, 2008

    The picture looks green.We tried magic focus and adjusting colors doesnt work. Any suggestions????

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Sounds like your red picture tube is not emitting enough brightness to balance the colors. A temporary solution could be to slightly increase the screen voltage of the red CRT to give a good black and white picture when the color control is turned all the way down. If the set has not been serviced in the last 5 years or so, and you're not ready for a new HDTV set, it may be worthwhile to get a technican to look at it and clean the dust off the lenses and mirror and evaluate whether a picture tube rejuvination might work along with the gray scale tracking adjustments.

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Considering that this is a projection tv have a tech look at it to adjust the lens they are out of convergence

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CHECK YOUR BLUE,GREEN,RED INPUT CABLES TO AND FROM SET TOP BOX. WILL APPEAR THAT A COLOR BULB HAS MALFUNCTIONED. BE SURE TO DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE CHECKING.

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