Question by  paulz1 (79)

How can I adjust my tv screen that has a green tint?


Answer by  askandyoushallreceive (658)

Use the controller and to go Menu and then color options. Chances are hitting Default settings will take away the green. If not though move the settings around to see what fits you best. You're tv may also just be old and the resolution may be going out. Try the menu thing first though.


Answer by  Desine (427)

If it's an older TV, adjust the color or tint dial. If it's a newer TV, adjust the color or tint in the menus.


Answer by  itsame (275)

Most television sets have a menu option where you can adjust settings related to picture quality. Simply locate the menu button on your television's remote control and select "picture" "color" or something similar. There should be a slider in this menu that will allow you to adjust the levels of greens reds and blues.


Answer by  dr84bhl (2789)

Unfortunately the tube might be on its way out which means your television is about to break, a new one may be the answer.


Answer by  chuck333 (84)

To adjust the tint of your screen acess menu options to change the settings. In the menu you should find directions for adjusting tint. Look for sharpness and brightness modifiers as well.


Answer by  LCA1553 (176)

First, go into your TV menu (there should be a button on the remote or on the TV), scroll until you find "Picture" and adjust the tint. If that doesn't work, it is possible your TV picture tube (or projector lamp if a projection TV0 is broken. See a technician.


Answer by  Jimmy (31)

Look through the Menu selections of your TV for the "Tint" and/or "Color" control. Adjust the "Tint" control to allow for more "red" in the picture.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Basically you need to make sure that you adjust the color settings. If there is a green tint your color settings may be off. Therefore, make sure you access your color settings and adjust them up and down.


Answer by  Mudge (33)

Check the connections to your dvd player or cable box. Sometimes a flakey connection causes this. It happened to me once, and jiggling the right plug was all it took.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well, if you want to get rid of the tint you have to play around with the graphics on the television. Use your remote to adjust up and down between tints.


Answer by  Anonymous

To say the TV may be on its way out is the capitalist pig way to answer the question by saying, "Buy a new set" Yeah, spend 500 dollars to fix a 30 dollar problem.

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