Question about Toshiba 32C120U
The issue here is does any other input connected like the player (rear inputs) do this.
If rear inputs are ok, and tuner etc is ok--the problem is in the player--somewhere in its menu a setting has been changed OR the player has a circuit problem.
I have seen players with this or only red, or green or blue screens---most of the time a internal setting in the player is causing this.
A few things to try:
Connect the player to another set to see what you have and if the same problem---its in the player.
If not there connected to another set check and or change where you have the player connected and try another input.
Posted on Dec 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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