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Our TV is 7 years old and we recenly replaced te HD cable box. Now, we have a problem with the red color (or lack of it). Can you help us? Thanks!

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If you are using a component cable for HD (5 wires) a common problem is mixing up the red video and red audio wires. start over and make sure each wire goes where it should and that they are pushed in all the way. Having a wire only slightly in is another common problem. good luck.

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