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No color,,checked all settings , all I have is black and white

How do I get color?

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Try viewing a source such as your cable box or computer on your TV. With this source playing, open the TV menu option. If the TV menu is also in black and white then there are a few components inside a plasma TV that can be causing your problem. If the menu appears in color but the video source your watching is in black and white the problem is probably with the source, such as your cable box or computer, rather than your TV. If the video and menu are in pure grayscale and the image is still clear the problem is likely the main board.

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