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Colour - red seems to have gone

Doesn't matter what DVD I play, the colour is all wrong. People look green and anything yellow is highlighted. It also appears there is no red. Checked TV and colour is fine on that, but when playing a DVD colour isn't right. Can I adjust colour of Philips LX3000D? Or does this mean the DVD player is on the way out? Have had heaps of probs with sound not coming on too, have no idea what the deal is there, but now the colour is going. Have to say it's turning out to be a piece of sh...... Any help greatly appreciated.

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Re: Colour - red seems to have gone

The problem will be due to the dvd player and if u have an RF out for the player do connect it to the tv and also check the video cable to the tv the color mixing in the dvd player had been in problem due to the absebce of red colour it can only be checked by a technician

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