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Color problem When playing a DVD the color is predominantly green. When I try to adjust color, tint, etc, it doesn't help. Is this fixable?

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  • Bob Merrell Jun 05, 2008

    My mistake. The TV was OK because the problem only happened when using the DVD player. It turns out that one of the connections in the back of the player was loose. When I plugged it in securely, everything worked.

    I not proud of waiting so long to try that solution. Thanks for your help anyway.


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CONNECT YOUR DVD PLAYER TO SOME OTHER TV .IF THE COLORS ARE OK ,THEN YOUR TV IS AT FAULT .
THE COLORS OF YOUR TV CAN EASILY BE RE ADJUSTED BY A TV SERVICE MAN.
THE CORRECT RATIO OF RED ,GREEN ,BLUE NEEDS TO BE ADJUSTED .

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AVC HD 709 calibration disk
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Yellow Color: 0
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