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With the blue/green/red cords (Component) you need to get a very good bright light on the connectors so you get the plugged into the correct COMPONENT connectors on the TV. Note, there are white and red AUDIO plugs right near the COMPONENT input so you need to be VERY careful. If you get it wrong, the colors on screen are often off and even black&white.
How is your cable box connected to the TV? Screw on "COAXIAL", Yellow, Red, White "RCA", single flat connector "HDMI" or 5 colored plugs 2 X Red, 1 X White, 1 X Blue, 1 X Green "COMPONENT"
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OK, here is the breakdown on whet you are doing wrong.
Video 1 - Composite - Video - Yellow White - Audio In - Right Red - Audio in - Left
Video 2 - Components - HD - RGB = Red, Green, Blue Video - Red - Red Colors Green - Green Colors Blue - Blue Colors White - Audio In - Right
Red - Audio in - Left
Your GameCube will only work on Video 1, unless you buy an HD (Component cable). You will need to buy HD cables for your device connected to Video 1 to work on video 2. I will assume it is a DVD player. This is a high definition cable to produce a better picture. Let me know if you do not completely understand
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First off what type of input are you using going from the ps3 to the tv. If your using HDMI try changing the different video settings. Black ops actually has a lot of problems right now on ps3. So I wouldn't use that as the basis of what is working or not, I would try other games to see if it's working. Adjust the video settings on the ps3 and see if that helps. If that doesn't try using component cables and see what that does for you. Thank you, Lee
If you are using Component Video for connection, this is an EASY fix. The component video cables were installed in the wrong order. Make sure the cables are connected to the right colors as it is very easy to mistakenly cross the Green and Blue cables. Using a flashlight will help so you can see them easier. Don't forget to check that the cables are in the right order on your accessories, too! Hope this helps.
In the steup menu there should be a setting called "HUE" try adjusting that. If that does not work, you may have lost "green drive" circuits in your TV.
If the menu windows have the right colors, try playing a DVD or a video on it. If they look good you may have a problem with channel tuner or antenna.