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I got this from my work it works fine but its in black and white the colors gone,but if i go to pic in pic the small screen is in color but not main screen.

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Check settings on main screen go into menu to change settings///also you can try resetting it by unpluging for five min....replace plug ...now PUSH AND HOLD thepower button for 10 seconds

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