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My tv screen is green

When I try to watch my tv through the hdmi input the screen goes green but there is audio. But I can still watch tv when i use the regular component cables.

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There is a code to reset the HDMI video, i think it is--hit Display on the remote, then sleep timer and video statice at the same time, then the number 2, then turn the tv off, after it shuts down all the way, turn it back on, should take care of it

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