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I've tried to hook the componet wires (WITH THE FIVE LINES) to the dtv HD 1080i section of the tv in the back, and I get a green film over the entire screen. Then when I look in the menu options the only choices are 720i and 480p. Does this mean that the tv dosent really have 1080i or p capability ? It says 1080i on the back.

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  • gaj1976 Jul 21, 2008

    I get the same thing when I hook up my PS3 and cable box to my Mitsubishi WS-65807 1080 input. I get the same green color over the screen. I am not sure what it is but everything works normally when I use the 480 input on the back. Component cables are hooked up right.

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    Does composite and RF inputs work normally ?

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Well if your refering to the right tv (check your model number) then this tv only supports 480i, 480p and 1080i. Ive never seen anywhere that it supports 720i.

The component wires should include three lines for each corresponding color, red green and blue, and finally white and red for left and right audio. I think that is what your refering to.

If everything is right, it should work, the fact your seeing green could be a number of issues... maybe its a direct tv box issue?

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