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Component color turns yellow

When my Mits WS-48311 is in component 1 or 2 the color is fine for alittle bit then part of the color goes out and everything turns mostly yellow.Once I change out of the component to ant. the color is fine. However, after a while I go back to the component the color is back to normal. I have tried adjusting the contrast with no avail.I tried changing the blue and red with no luck. I also have the TV reset to factory spects and still did not correct the problem. Any ideas on what the issue could be?

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  • Joshua Davis Jul 01, 2006

    It is hard to discribe. I guess it is like the color goes out but not completely. It is like the screen has a tent to it but not black and white.

  • Anonymous Nov 18, 2007

    I am having the same problem, but it looks like I put on a pair of yellow sun glasses... I still see some colors, but there is a yellow tint to the entire screen

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When you say color. Do you mean gray scale like what if you turn off the color completely?? Does the picture look B&W? need to know this?

Posted on Jul 01, 2006

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    Lori K Nov 26, 2013

    yes the picture on the tv is completey black and white but the menu is color and when i turn on net flix and dvd they play in color too. think the kids messed with the remote but i have no idea what they pushed

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