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Extra red color in moniter graphics

Moniter is denoted everything in red color and i can not see the original picture.

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Hi, is this a CRT monitor? If so get rid of it, there are 3 color beam projectors in the back of the tube if one goes out of commision all color changes and is not worth fixing, second hand CRT monitors are cheap so get one ASAP. Goodluck mistyman

Posted on Sep 10, 2007

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