1.Check your component video connection,and see if you are any cable that is not connected properly(most commonly swamp between Pb-blue, Y-green.) 2. If the connection is correct FOR SURE,check your system menu under video connection or output and see if you have switch it to component video output. Joe
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is it a burned disk? if so your dvd player might not be able to play that type of dvd... i know sometimes also scratched ones won't play at all as well... of course also make sure everything is plugged in correctly and if it does this with more different dvds then there's something wrong with the player itself... which i hope is not the case as those are very difficult to fix yourself
I just had the reverse trouble, the people were all blue. What happened is that two of the composite jacks were reversed. Check to make sure a cable is not unplugged, and that they are all in their right spots.
Go to the "Bose" menu screen viewing on your TV (make sure no dvd is in the player) Go to your Video controls and check your output, chances are, if your using the component output your player is set to "S-Video". Should fix the problem. Hope this helps. If it's still not viewing correctly, post a comment and I will help you some more
Try use connect your dvd player with just RCA(composite video) and see if you get regular color picture.If so,you need to go to the system menu to check the video output and see if it is under R Pr Pb-component video setting?If not,be sure to change it to component video setting AND use component video cable to connect to your TV unless your TV don't have this connection. Joe
You can try reseting the unit. Reset the set to the default factory settings: All the information stored (programmes, time and date) will be lost. 1. Disconnect the set from power supply. 2. Press and hold down "STANDBY•ON" on the set and reconnect the set. 3. As soon as "IS TV ON?" is displayed, release "STANDBY•ON."
Hopefully reseting it will clear whatever problem it is having and allow you to once again use your DVD player. Hope this helps. Good Luck.