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Have no converter for my tv

I want to adjust the colour on the tv via the tv buttons, how can i do this

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  • perrym29 Jan 27, 2009

    the only buttons on the tv are, volume, prev/play/next, stop open/close, output dv/vcr chaneup/down, eject/stop



    the tv does not have a menu button

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You have to use the menu button on front of the tv and go to the picture controls and it should take you to the color control

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  • Ronnie Houston Jan 27, 2009

    there has to be a button there to take you to the menu for the color contrast etc...all tvs have them or i guess i should say most tvs do ...there is a button there somewhere for you to set the picture colors and all the rest.

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