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VCR only records/plays in black and white

After hooking up the Insignia NS-DXA1, i can't get videos to play or record in color...only black and white. I tried adding channel 4 to the list of channels (my old channel for the vcr) but it kept saying No Signal. I can only view videos on the "Component2" channel. anything i'm missing to change this?
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I just recently purchased an HD Samsung television and am trying to use it with an Insignia theater system, but picture images are night vision in blue and white. What's wrong with picture? My cable company is baffled, to say the least. What is wrong with this picture? If this system is incompatible to current quality HD television systems then it needs to be removed from market or modified.

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