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T'Con board fault. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Viewing it in "Mosaic" or "Magazine" will make surf easy. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. Do a search by type in the brand name of your device at its search box and press "Enter". http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
If you're using component cabling (red, green, blue cables) a black and white picture will occur when only the green cable is plugged in.
If you're using HDMI cabling, try a different HDMI port and see if your color comes back.
If not, unplug the set from power for a few minutes, plug it back in and see if problem persists.
If you still have the same problem, check the DVD player on another TV. If it shows color on a different TV, then your TV will need a replacement digital board which we can check availability on once we have a specific model number. If it's black and white on a different TV, then you have a problematic DVD player.
I had a similar problem with blacks showing up as green. Turning up the brightness a bit fixed it for me. Not a permanent fix, but something to try if you want to make it last a bit longer until you can get a new one or fix it.
Hi,Would you pls check the connection that you have made between TV and DVD player..? 2xRCA (white+Red) will go to Audio IN sockets of TV in addition to 1xRCA Yellow video cable goes to "Video IN socket of TV.. if
the connections are right than you must select the right source on TV
,as AV1 ,AV2 which corresponds to the cable input sockets of your TV. Take care and please Remember to rate/vote for us to continue for Helping out the Community :)
The tv have three colors guns Green,Red,Blue.Pink pictures mean there no blue color.Take another tv tries that incomming broadcasting signal cable,see if u getting all three right colors for that tv?Yes,than that tv have a pink pictures have a dead Tuner signal board,no than u have a bad incomming broadcasting signal cable or pay cable box.If it the tv Tuner signal board.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish Tuner signal board for the replacement.
I swapped out the HDMI cable with standard component cables. The picture and sound is perfect. Later I will swap again with a different HDMI cable to confirm if the problem is a bad cable or if the TV has a problem with HDMI.
I had that problem several times with my Z50, I would cut it off, wait and it would fix itself. Now today, it went POP! Complete loss of video, I have audio. I am off the warranty period. I feel very alone now.
I had a very similar problem - the picture would get garbled, the black colour would turn into dark or bright blue tones, and i would get wiggly/jaggy outlines on the picture wherever contrasting coulours' edges met. After 2 service calls (replaced video boards both times), i gave up and popped the back cover on the TV. I wiggled a cable that connects the video board (it is on the top left quarter of the TV if you are looking straight at the front of it), and noticed that the picture improved right away.
I found that there is a bad solder on the cable connector, and simply keep the cover off now, as the connection will get flaky once in a while (especially in warmer temperatures).