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Samsung series3 LCD tv, DVD in black&white

Following the manual’s instructions, I plugged the satellite TV signal into the AV-in inputs and the DVD player into the component-in inputs. Unfortunately the DVD is now in black&white. Any solutions?
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  • anthonyjking Mar 10, 2009

    Tried that! No luck! Wish it was something that simple . . . .

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Try reversing inputs- DVD into AV-in and sat into component in

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