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I have a Saisho SX26G1 lcd tv and the picture scrolls to the left and the colours change. I think it has something to do with the RGB scart connecter at the back but I'm not sure! Can you help please?

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Does this happen on all inputs like HDMI, Component etc., and on all input sources like DVD, cable?

Posted on Jul 11, 2010

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  • darrencl2001 Jul 11, 2010

    Hi, it's not an hd tv, but when I watch cable tv it is suggested that it should be plugged into the RGB scart connector on the back of the tv.

    I have done that and the picture seems to scroll tto the left and the colours get messed up. Please help?

  • eagle338
    eagle338 Jul 11, 2010

    And the scart comes from a cable box I suppose? Does it have a Yellow, white, red output?

  • darrencl2001 Jul 11, 2010

    Yes it does, however only via jack plugs.

    So I have plugged the scart lead from the tv out socket on the cable box and plugged the other end of the scart lead into the RGB scart socket on the back of the tv.

    I have tried various av channels on the tv such as S-VIDEO (where the picture only comes out in black and white and is quite grainy) CVBS and RGB.

    In the last two cases the picture scrolls from right to left and the colour is at opposites.

    For example anything that should be red, comes out green and vice versa. And skin tones are comimg out blue!!!

    Any clues?

  • eagle338
    eagle338 Jul 11, 2010

    Scart input is know for problems. I suggest you get a RCA cable(Yellow, white, red) and hook it up. That should do the trick. Not only that the video quality will improve significantly. Give it a shot and let me know.

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