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Green CRT doesn't come on

I couldn't get the color correct so I took the front off the tv and can see that the Green CRT doesn't look like it's on at all. Does this mean it's the CRT or is there somewhere else to look? I have adjusted the screen knob to no avail. The TV shop has told me they would have to replace all 3 crt's and it would be over 1K to fix. Help! Thanks!

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  • Anonymous Nov 11, 2007

    Screen becomes green after 3-5 minutes of switching on,as soon switch on picture is almost ok with all colors but start becoming green green and green.Please assist me to resolve this problem,Thanks

    Tej Chauhan, e Mail address [email protected]

  • amaisano Nov 25, 2007

    I have the same problem... If anybody can help please email me [email protected]

    Thx.

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What blink code do you get?

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  • Anonymous Nov 06, 2007

    Hey what blink code do you get?

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