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Color I have an 26 inch tv and when I plug in my dvd player or my WII it is black and white no color! WHY

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  • austincharle Jan 30, 2009

    Same thing, the picture is great but when I hook up my dvd it will only play in black and white

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1 try the video cord on other tv's if it works in color then it is the video jack on that tv. A quick fix might be running it through a box that goes into the cable hook up not the inputs. boxes are pretty cheap like 10 to 20 bucks

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