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Also a local TV repair store, or appliance store, maybe even a PC shop can help you, they will have a tool that will degauss your monitor with a more powerful coil then the onei n your monitor...
As for why magnets do this to CRT's, it's because
The way CRT's work is that a beam of electrons are "shot" onto the screen electromagnetically, a magnet changes the magnetic field, and changes the proper dispersion of electrons...
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