Well - it's fixed - but no thanks to anything I did. It's just all of a sudden working fine again. I tried three different dvd's the other night, and all were black and white. But last night the same dvd's were back to colour. Who knows?
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Ok sounds like your settings have been changed some how either on the TV or the DVD unit. Check your settings on the DVD unit. In the menu options. There should be a settings for the picture. If you can't find it there, some newer DVD players are also upgradable from the manufacturers website. You just use you PC to go there, get the latest firmware update. Save it onto a USB stick and plug the USB stick into the unit with the power off. Turn the power back on and it should solve the problem. Or you can also set almost every DVD player to default factory mode. You can find out how to do that for your particular model on their website. ..hope that helps you
Did you possibly switch where your wires are hooked up? I just tried hooking my player up to a new tv and I had a black and white picture at one point. Make sure your video wires hook to the proper colored ports.
The IC (integrated circuit) that controls color might be bad or the filter for the color burst might be defective. In either case a qualified TV repair person should be enlisted to fix this problem. The color burst signal uses vector mathematics to control the color output of your device, it the color burst is removed the picture will display a monochromatic (black and white) picture.