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Monitor Red Color

If i use the Video inputs 1, 2 and S-Video,
The screen is full of red in color, after i connect to the video, the video looks red in color also. seems to be red and blue missing only in the Video inputs, But for VGA input The color is good, RGB is perfect,
Only the Video inputs got problem, How can i rectify the fault? to get the Green and blue color for the video inputs? Is there got and settings?

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Hello there,

ok so if i understand this problem correctly you have a Monitor connected to a DVR for a CCTV System, when cycling through the inputs on the Monitor you find the correct input for the CCTV system but the monitor only stays on this input for a few seconds .

sounds like the input is going out or the Monitor is programed to stay on a single Input, I would try both move the CCTV System to another Input on the Monitor and if that fails see if the Monitor has any Pr-Set settings then you can Default .

if you need any Help with the Default let me know and i hope this information was helpful don't forget to Rate.

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