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DVD playback color is very red

Hookup with component video cables results in an orange-redish cast to to the images during playback on our LCD screen. A backup DVD player results in correct playback and colors. Is the DVD read-head a serviceable item - or should I look for a cabling problem?

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  • Norm Malcosky
    Norm Malcosky Jan 22, 2009

    Thanks but the cables are Red, Blue, & Green for video and red & white for the audio.

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Plug red yellow and white cords in all the way

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