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Dvd movies have green shade on tv

My TV has a green shade when we play a dvd movie - when we use the TV the picture is great - have exchanged inputs and the tv is still great and the dvd is still green - any ideas

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Check to make sure that *all* the RBG cables are properly inserted into the dvd player. We had the exact same problem for the past year only to discover that the R cable (for red) was not pushed in...hence, all dvd movies had a green hue to them.

Posted on Mar 09, 2008

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