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PIP means the set uses either two tuners or a dual tuner--could be a issue with the tuner. If it has a swap feature in the PIP use it to see if color when tuner is switched from main to PIP tuner.
A possible way around the issue is to look to see if rear audio/video inputs have color---you could route signal from a box etc to one of those and BYPASS the problem if rear inputs do not have this problem(not likely they will).
If it has the feature buttons on the remote for it, swap, position etc.
Some older sets have to have signal routed to one of the rear video inputs for a source for the PIP. Newer sets have two tuners--one for main and one for PIP---if pulled up the swap will switch one picture for the other--some allow both on the screen at same time side by side.
PIP (Picture-in-Picture) Picture-in-Picture is a feature which allows you to watch two different signal inputs simultaneously, when selected. Press menu, go to set up (the wrench icon). Drop down one to the button and highlight the option. Press the button to activate the PIP feature, which will bring up a display showing Style. Press either the or button to select it to be either PIP, POP or OFF. Press either the MENU key to return to the previous menu display or the EXIT key to return to your program if task has been completed. If PIP is selected, then you will have the options of selecting the Input (Refer to PIP mode on page 60 of this manual; for different combinations), Size (The size of the little box to watch the second signal) and Position (Where you want to place the little box with the second signal). If POP (Regularly called Picture-by-Picture) is selected, you will only have the option to select the Input as the screen will display the two different signals side by side; each one occupying half of the screen. Using the AUDIO key allows you to select which audio
WELL I need some more information so I be able to assist you, first , it could be that the REMOTE CONTROL is not that came with the TV originally , and since all SONY remote control have the same basic codes ,it could be that the remote doesnt have this specific feature. I did some research base on the model of this TV , the original remote control model num. is RM-Y127 and
not RM-Y153 , maybe thats why it doesnt have the PIP feature. hope this info been helpful