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New dvd player does not show color in picture

I hooked my new, relatively cheap DVD player (made by BBK, a Chinese brand primarily for Russian market) up to my new flat-screen Samsung. The DVD works and I see a clear picture. but there is no color, and I cannot figure out the problem. do I need a new cord? any thoughts? thank you!

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If it's made for the USSR market then it's possible the video is set to SECAM whereas you need NTSC. It may have a PAL or NTSC setting so try that.

Your TV should be set to AUTO to pick up the video (they normally are multi-standard these days). You may have another setting on your TV called "PAL 60".

As I'm not that familiar with NTSC equipment I can only guess (we are on PAL in the UK), but I very much hope I have given you some idea of what to look for and do! (:-)

ALL THE BEST!

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