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I have a panasonic th42pa 60a SD plasma and I get the same problem WHEN USING CERTAIN HDMI cables. I had a connexa brand with my samsung stb that i got with the TV and I had no problems., but i had to replace that because one of the ends "frayed" when it was accidently yanked out of the tv socket. A high quality monster cable did the same green screen you describe. The cheapest "Crest" from Big W that did HDMI standard 1b worked fine, but a Rank Arena from Target did not. So buy the cheapest HDMI 1b cable you can, the picture quality and sound is the same as the more expensive stuff. BTW I tried a HDMI 3 way splitter as well and it did the same green screen thing, but it worked on a later model panasonic plasma. I think it is Pana's poor HDMI implementation.
A wire in the set got too hot and broke away, had to pay £140 to get it fixed, was told it's quite comman in alot of lcd tv's, as in all makes... I t should have been for a lcd bush 37 inch tv,,,not that it makes any difference it applies to all flat lcd screens, I just posted in the wrong part to begin with.. Sorry.
Sounds like to me it is a connection problem with either the cables like component input or HDMI. Also you could have a problem with a fractured solder connection either on HDMI or component inputs. Also make sure Green connection on component cable, if you are using it like that is good. Usually if it is and you only hookup green on component input you will get at least a black and white picture only. Let me know if this info helped you or not. Thank you in advance. Jay