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Laser disc player produces b&w only lately? pioneer cld-d504

Haven't got a manual for it; but a few months ago color movies showed in color. Now only black and white. Is there a setting for this, or is it a hardware failure?

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Ooops, in my efforts to find laser disc INFO I ended up in a completely irrelevant category; because there no longer exists a Laser Disc category. So I shall abandon the laser disc player as technologically obsolete (there goes still another species of dinosaur off to the fossil beds) and give up on seeing those movies in color.

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