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Sony KV-27TW75 Black and White Picture

When I turn on the TV it will have a color picture but after a few seconds it will go to a black and white picture. I either turn the TV off and on several times or cycle through the inputs to get the color back. Once the TV warms up the color picture stays.

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  • Anonymous Nov 27, 2008

    I have the same problem, but I don't understand your solution. Would it be easier if I just changed the coaxial cable? I have a different tv than the one in the original problem. Mine is: Panasonic CRT type, manuf. date 2003, has a combo VHS tape player.

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    The color was working just fine a few seconds ago and then it suddenly went to black and white. I just got this tv a month ago. Whats wrong?

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This is usually due to bad ground check cable line comming into tv and
CHECK/RESOLDER CONNECTIONS IN TUNER WHERE CASING IS SOLDERED TO PCB NEAR 4TH FEED THRU BACK FROM ANTENNA INPUT

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