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The screen being green on your TV is either caused by a loose or damaged cable connection of a media component to or from the TV or it could be that the TV's T con board is having problems and it would be more cheaper to bu a new TV than to try and fix the one that you have is broken.
The screen says there is no signal. The fault should be either with signal cable of the signal device, Just tune in the TV to a local station, If you can see a picture there, there is no fault to the TV, Check the connections.
Sounds like an issue with your display connection. Make sure the HDMI cable you are using is in perfect working condition and that both ends are firmly connected to television/console.
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