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Not sure I understand what you mean by green shadow. I would check the fluid in the green and blue CRTS and verify they are clear. I would do this if the green color seemed fuzzy or blotchy looking on the screen.
When looking on a blank screen, do you see any arc lines of either green, blue or red? If so, you would need to lower the screen voltage for that particular CRT.
your color engine is failing its also known as the optic block and they are very expensive to replace good luck google the optic block failure in these sets to better educate yourself with what your dealing with ok it most often blue that shows the failure but green and blue to and red
Hello casey43_13 and nanac, If the rest of the picture is great and only the edge are off, this might eliminate the convergence chip as been bad. This set is noted for bad convergence chip. The next step is that you need to do the convergence adjustment in service mode. This is a very complicated process. If you this you are up to the job of doing it yourself, please contact me by email. I will email you the procedures. By doing this yourself, you must understand that you could make the problem even worst.