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TV Picture is green

Well I have a Mitsubishi HD 1080i series projection television (Mitsubishi WS-55807). Whenever I plug anything into my DTV RGB input (480p/720p/1080i) the color of the picture is very green. This is the only input on the TV that is 1080i compatible. I took the back of the TV off and found that when something was plugged in there the only tube that was working was the green one. The red and blue where not working. Whenever I plug something into my other inputs (yellow,white,red and even my other RGB inputs which are only 480p compatible) I get a normal display. I don't know if that input is fried or what. FYI as of yesterday the input worked fine with my satelite reciever and HD package in 1080i. Could you give me an idea of whats happening and how much it would cost to repair. The tv is old but I love it, but I'm not planning on fixing it if its too much. Thanks for the help!
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    The 60 inch set went off 1080i and while trying to restore the picture I touched (changed) color settings. When I finally restored the 1080i input setting, I messed up the color. Most of the picture was green. Now we have blue and red but the background is mostly green and annoying and hard on the eyes.

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I've corrected the green screen issue by plugging the blue, white, and yellow cable into the component 1 slot.

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Is your RGB cables are the same output from your tv...are you connecting from where dvd cable box sattelite box, if you are connecting from a box exs output of cable box is what colour are you using? for your your output to your tv and what input are you using of your tv set.[input 1is it video input 1,] or comp? let me know...

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