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TV picture rolls on AV input, but picture fine at RF input

Colour TV ( BPL LVR-20) was working fine until the day it's HT transformer went faulty due to high voltage on power line. I got it repaired and the TV is working fine on RF input but whe i try to connect DVD player or any other device through AV input of the TV set the picture is rolling vericaly (picture slanting /_/ ) audio is ok. the same DVD player worked fine earlier.
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  • viveksoy Jan 02, 2009

    colour system is not the problem, non of the settings were changed either on the TV or on the DVD player, this problem started after the power surge, i am trying to find out what component may have gone faulty that is causing this problem.

    anyway thanks for trying

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U change the colour system 2 pal

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