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TV COLOR THE COLOR IS OFF WHEN I PLAY A DVD ON MY NEW PHILIPS TV - I TRIED ADJUSTING WITH LITTLE RESULTS. COULD MY DVD/TV CONNECTIONS BE INCORRECT?

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Your DVD is set to have S-video output (or composite NTSC or PAL - switch to tv norm that is used in your country or use SCART cable and set dvd output to RGB

hope this helps.

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