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Red goes out

My player loses red intermittently; displays only in blue and yellow.

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How is the player attached to the TV set. If its with a scart cable or the R,G,B plugs, there is a loose connection in the cable or plug itself, or the connection inside the TV set or on the printed circuit board inside the DVD player. You should be able to make the problem happen by moving around the cables. if it does not, them maybe the TV set has a loose connection on the CRT socket or the player has a fault in the color demodulator circuit.

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