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The people are blue and we have no option for changing the colour

We had satelite hooked up and when we turned the TV on the people, advertisements, etc are blue. We tried adjusting the colour and it didn't work. What could the problem be?

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The component video cables are switched around. there are 3 colors for video - green, blue and red
two for sound - white and red

make sure you didn't swap the red cables, or swap the blue and red, this is most likely the cause of your issue, check on both the sat box and on the tv

let me know if you require further assistance

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