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No color when watching a DVD

I have connected my Panasonic progressive scan DVD player to my 32" iLo LCD TV. While I can see the image from the DVD player but it is not in color. I have tried several sets a cables and even a different DVD player with the same result. How can I correct this problem? Thanks

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  • Dennis Campbell Apr 25, 2007

    I appreciate the suggestion but that did not solve my problem.

  • speedbump Jan 11, 2008

    i just moved to anew place andi reconnected my xbox 360 to my tv now when im watching regular tv the color is just fine but when i play my xbox the color is way off i dont know what to do



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Check your dvd if it is not on PAL if it is then switch it back to NTSC.if that does noe work then call tech to look at your dvd.and tv.good luck

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