Question about Philips HTS3410D/37 700W DVD Home Theater System System

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DVDs only play in shades of red

Sound is garbl;ed and dvds only play in shades of red. Am using the component video cables. Anyone have a fix? Had an RCA that did this and threw it away. Looks like this is a problematic machine looking at the posts. Am I better off going to walmart and buying something for 75.00?

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    Norm Malcosky Jan 17, 2009

    Too much reds on mine too. But it plays CDs OK ?? Must be something with the read-head that is not up to snuff.

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Buy one for 35.00 they all do the same thing, show and play a movie.

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