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I have a JVC TV model LT-26A70SU My inputs via the SCART cables are E1 for satellite TV & E2 for the DVD player. For some reason, the E2 position has changed to S2 (indicated in the top right hand corner of the screen) which means the picture is now in Black & White! If I change over the two SCARTS, then the pictures are reversed. I then have the Satellite in Black & White & the DVD in colour. How can I change the S2 back to E2?? many thanks, David James email: djtorquay@yahoo.co.uk

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It is not a setting problem. It is one of the two scart cables that is causing the problem.
Try replacing the SCART cable that gives you the black and white raster, that should fix the problem. Let me know if it does not.
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