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Blue screen in RGB2 & VGA input modes...

When I change input modes to RGB2 to watch a DVD I now get a blue screen ( I can still see the picture but all colour has gone except Blue). I've also noticed the same If I hook up my PC and use VGA.
The other modes are fine, this just happened without me changing any menu options etc.

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Sounds like a defective tv.

First try a different set of cables, if the problem persists, then contact Acer

Acer Contact Information Main support number 408.432.6200 or 1.800.733.2237

This same thing has happened to other LCD tvs if it is not the cables which it sounds like it isn't, though I have not seen this model do it before

Hope this helps, let me know if you need anything else

Have a good day

Posted on Mar 25, 2008

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Check your cable connection..

Posted on Mar 25, 2008

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