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Need advice on color issue with Samsung UN46EH6000F TV

My Samsung UN46EH6000F began experiencing a full screen green tint suddenly overnight. Came on very quickly, wasn't a gradual issue. It's a translucent tint - you can still see moving video, no picture rolls or permanent lines or bars across the screen. Just full screen, even green tint. No on-screen diagnostic, color adjustment, restore default settings or firmware upgrades have any affect. I assume I need to change out a board. Between the TCon, Power Supply board and Main Board, I'd like to try and figure out which is the most likely culprit and try swapping it out first. I'm thinking TCON board but looking for some further input.

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The TCON board or the LCD panel is Faulty , Can confirm by replacing TCON board.
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