|Originally Posted by jtnfoley|
Colored glychol will result in odd center-to-edge color saturation, because the C element is concave and the tube face is flat (the amount of glycol is less in the center than the edge, therefor the color filtering impact is greater at the edge.)
Colored C elements or a filter film is needed.
|Originally Posted by Vibe|
Is there glycol in the CRT (like a non-LC) that I can change, and then seperate glycol in the LC chamber as well? Sorry, have never seen any LC before.
Although form the looks of it, it would be very difficult to remove the chamber to get to the CRT glycol anyway. Probably not worth the effort when there are easier solutions.