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DVD PLAYER - plays 'red'

My DVD player has been working fine for a couple of years, but since last week all the movies are playing in reda dn black colour only. What's going on? Please help!

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Had this problem when I start using it with "component" video cables on a new digital wide screen TV. I fixed it through the DVD player's setup menu, by changing the "video output" setting. On my Samsung player there are 3 options: S-video, 525i and 525p. It was set to S-video, and by changing it to any of the other two settings the problem was solved.

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Are the cable or off air channels ok?? If the channels or other sources of input are ok the theres a D to A converter problem or a demodulation problem in the player. these types of repairs on player only machines are usually cost prohibited.. Sorry Ellie.

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