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Component input colour is messed up

On our HDTV we have two inputs to watch TV. We have a component input and a TV input. When we switch the input to Component (which is used for a better picture) isn't clear and the colours are messed up on our guide menu and the actual picture. When you switch it to the TV input, which doesn't give you the greatest picture especially on HD channels the picture is clear and the colours are normal... how do I fix this? I've already played with the contrast, brightness, colour, tint, etc and nothing helps.

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    When I turn on tv I get no picture. Ihave to go through DVD. It takes me over one hour to finally get the blue screen and then I have to input Component and enter to get a picture.

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Please describe in more detail how the colors are not correct. That should help me to determine the problem.

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Hi,
Go to the back of the TV and make sure, the component cables are inserted in all the way. Do the same for the source (cable or satellite receiver) component cables should be firmly inserted.
Try narrowing the problem by testing the TV with a different source, such as a DVD player if it compatible with the component. If the TV works with the DVD then your TV is fine and the problem goes back to the source (Cable or Satellite Receiver)
If the TV still not showing natural colors after been tested with another source.. then, the TV may have a bad PCB.

Best of Luck
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