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TV colour programmes replayed in my video turn out in black/white

My video recorder turn colour programmes into black and white, even tapes that are produced commercially.

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  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2009

    when connecting pc to tv via liteon dvd recorder using s video cable image turns to black & white.
    s video ok when connecting direct to tv.please can you help me

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Fixed the VCR problem. Thightened all the connections and it now seems to be working OK

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