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TV won't show external device in colour

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We have had this tv for 4+ years but for some reason we have never been able to play video from a camcorder or games from a PSP on it in full colour. For example, when I attach my camcorder (with correct to attachment) and play footage it's always in black and white, the same with PSP games - the only appear in black and white. I've made sure I've attached all leads correctly, but still no go. I can play all external equipment on other TVs in the house OK, but not the LG one (which is our main TV).

Can you please suggest a solution.

Many thanks.

Kate

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