Question about Luxor Televison & Video
Dvd's do not play in colour
Wrong cable or connector. If you are using a single cable (analog composite) then you need to go into the video jack. You cannot just put that in any of the RGB inputs. If you are going into the rgb with three cables you need to check all cables and make sure that the r goes to the r, the g goes to the g...etc.
Posted on Nov 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dvd playing blue picture
if it is hooked up with componant, thats the red blue green cables for video, and red white for audio, then you probabily eather dont have the red pluged all the way in, or you have the red audio, and red video---reversed, make sure to check them on the dvd player, and on the tv, if there correct, try using the composit input, that is the yellow red and white
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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