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Dvd's play with a distinct green tint

System worked fine for over a year, then started displaying dvd's with a green tint. tv works fine in all other modes

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Check the component cable from the Bose to the TV, and confirm the output setting on the Bose. If it switched to "S" video it will look green. If your cable is good and your settings are correct, switch from component to standard video and check the picture. Chances are good that it's a setting. Hope this helps. If you still have a problem, post a comment and I will help you some more

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I had the same problem and i solved it by going into my t.v settings and pressing the restor factory defaults button and now my dvd plays perfectly. hope this helps

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