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Green picture hi the picture is perfect for tv but when i play a dvd it is really green, it wont allow me to select 'hue' any ideas?

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Re: green picture


Try to connect wires stronger or replug wires

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Re: green picture

Sounds like a poor connection with a scart lead

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