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TV colors are wrong

My TV screen now only shows green, purple and blue colors in a circular shape on the screen, i think somthing went wrong with the inner Tube?

How do i fix this issue?

Thanks for all the help.

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Hi,your problem is not with the tube but with the degausing circuit,a very easy repair which should not cost to much,a small componant called a possister in the primary power supply,a 5 min job for a competant tv engineer

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

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