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Hello As it is a DLP projection TV, there will be a colour wheel to filter colur. If the whell does not spins at all, or spins out of synchronisation, there will be no colour to the picture. Just check the clour wheel. If needy, replace it. Clean it with cleaning solution. If you don't have eneough knoledge in alaigning the colour wheel, just get help fro an expecienced service technician. There is an RPM [Rotation Per Minute] counter to count the number of rotation of the colour wheel. If this sensor has some fault with, the colour wheel won't syncronise to its original speed what it should be, resulting out of colour picture. OK.
this means your tv has a intermitent problem when the clour ic gets heated up it starts to give you green..so therefore you need to take your tv to a tech to have it repair by replacing the colour ic. good luck.
Ok, I'm not sure what you mean by digibox. Under what conditions are you able to see things in color? Is a digibox a seperate device you can get to work with the same connection as your player? If one device displays color on the same connection and another doesn't then that seems to rule out the television being the problem. Can you clarify a little more?
Your set needs demagnatizing if it hasn't been dropped. Only a tv repairman has a demgnatizing coil. However one try: unplug it and turn it back on because all standard tv's have an automatic demagnatizing coil circuit around the tube inside. but doesn't always demagnatize completely.
With the set being 12 years old, I'm sure the picture tube is near the end of its useful life. You probably have a defective semiconductor, either an IC or transistor that has gone up giving you no color, but with the green picture, it is not likely worth repair.