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HOOKED UP MY NEW TV WITH COMPONENT CABES TO THE DVD. THE COLOR IS PINK. CABLES ARE NEW. I KNOW I HAVE THE COLOR CABLES MATCHED CORRECTLY. COULD IT BE THE CABLE OR DVD.

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The problem is that the tv is set to 480I or 480P. Try changing the setting to 720P or 1080I and the pink color should dissapear.

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