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Strange problem.. Hello, this is my problem, only one component works. the other 3 the picture looks like if the colors were reversed?? that is the best way I can describe it, the picture looks like the movie sin city... almost cartoonish.... it seems like the colors are off.... I really hope someone knows what I am talking about...the sound works perfectly.

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    My TV the picture look like a cartoon or an oil painting.

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