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Hi my tv picture goes pink on peoples faces its ok when its outdoor program but when filmed in studio with lights the picture is bad peoples faces and skin go pink.

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SOURCE: Color of people's faces in movies played via DVD is now blue since connected to LCD TV

The reason the picture is blue on the DVD is because you have poor video cables running the feed, probably RCA yellow cable im guessing. Get some nice component cables for the DVD feed and it will fix you right up.

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SOURCE: hp 42in plasma tv

There is some voltages that need adjusted in your tv and possibly the z sustain board needs replaced if the voltage adjustment doesn't fix it.

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SOURCE: dark picture image, dosen't respond to briteness control

are you able to see the picture in a dark room ? does it appear bright enough then ? if so the lights behind your screen have dimmed or gone out completely. this may just be the power supply for the lights or your lcd panel may need to be replaced

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SOURCE: faces are bright pink or blueish color

z sustain board going bad

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SOURCE: The skin tones on people's faces are different

its ok, pause the screen and get a wax crayon the colour that you want the peoples faces to be and colour over them on the screen. when you have fully enjoyed that frame scrub it off and pause the video 1 second later. eventually you will make the whole movie like this the exact colour you want it.................

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