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Jvc tv I have just set up a bush hdd/dvd recorder to a JVC LT-37DS6FJ television. I can watch tv and record as normal but when I switch to watch what I have recorded my picture changes to a horrible green colour?? please help

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Phoned shop where I bought tv. Talked to service team and they talked me through how to solve the problem.

regards Jill

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