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Sony KP-53XBR200 Why can't I get full color on my screen. Moved the TV last night from Basement to up stairs. Freeze Frame show color, back to Big Screen show B&W. All messed up! have auto focus, no change! Need Color for Super Bowl Party!

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Check cable grounding, does it do it with a dvd?

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