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DVD plays only in black and white?

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I sold a new RCA RTD120 Dolby Digital Home Theatre DVD MP3 CD on Ebay and the buyer told me he wasn't happy with it because the dvd player only plays in black and white?? I've never heard of a dvd player having that capability? Any help is appreciated!
Thanks so much,
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You've never heard of a dvd player having that capability, I've never heard of it either.

It is either a mis-match on the connections (e.g. component output connected to a composite input or vica-versa), faulty leads or something wrong with their TV.

I would suggest you advise them to check ALL settings and connections, try different leads, and test it with another TV.

Hope this helps.

Matt

Posted on Feb 29, 2008

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