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MY TV!! When I plug my cable into the s-video or just regular cable the screen is green on top and blue on the bottom!! When it is not plugged in its fine but I still have no picture and I do have sound the menu works fine!! I will get the picture for a little bit but then it goes to the green and blue screen!! I have a jvc AV-48WP74!!

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Are you using component cables for the video? If so make sure the colours match up between the plugs and the connectors on both the TV and whatever you are using as the video source (DVD player, digital cable or satellite box).

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It almost sounds as if one of your connections is plugged in the wrong place.

On component.. red to red, green to green and blue to blue .. then the extra red and white go to the video part .. also may want to check the tv manual - sometimes they share those connections with regular rca connection and easy to plug in wrong place.

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