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New Panasonic Plasma-color loss when changing station

My new panasonic (equivalent to PZ80U) uses an HDMI input from a digital cable box (with adaptor at box). The picture is excellent(never calibrated). Sometimes when changing a station, the new station will have some pinks and greens but otherwise the picture will be gray. When returning to the prior station, the colors are fully restored, usually. The only method to correct is to turn the set off and turn it back on. Does the TV have a defect? Could the color loss result from a switch from an HD station to a cable, non-digital station? Please advise as the warranty is running. Thanks.

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  • Anonymous Apr 28, 2009

    I have my tv hooked up to direct tv thought it was my dvr box

    technician said my Hdmi is out tv is only 16 months old out of warrenty

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