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VHS plays with green tint

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I have just bought a DMR-EZ47V - TV picture is fine, DVD playback is fine, but VHSD playback carries a green tint - James Bond appears to be an alien from planet Zarg. My unit is attached to my Sanyo CRT analogue TV by a SCART cable. I'm in the UK.

Thanks for any assistance in advance!

Scott

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Hi

Problem is solved. My TV needed switching to PAL or AUTO - it was set to NTSC - must have been my two year old fiddling with the remote.

Bond is looking his usual cool and sophisticated self again.
Cheers

Scott

Posted on Feb 16, 2008

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