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Television and dvd home cinema surround

I changed my television from a panasonic to a sony, the dvd player was working on the the other television i had, but since i have changed it. I can not get colour on any of the dvds music or films everything else is ok sound etc thankyou Linda

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  • crystal roxy Mar 26, 2008

    Dear Dan

    it is done with a scart lead, input?

  • crystal roxy Mar 31, 2008

    thanx dan for your help, it was a switch at the back of the dvd player. It must have got pushed when putting new television in, its working ok now and thanx for all your help.

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How are you connecting the DVD to the TV? What input are you using?
Dan

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

  • ABRsvcs Mar 27, 2008

    Check the cables. It sounds like you are missing some of the video signals. Try connecting the system using a different cable or through a different input. It could be that the scart connector on the DVD is defective internally as well. You will need to do some investigation here. The brand name is irrelevant.

    Keep me posted.

    Dan

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