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When using component inputs, the colors (mostly green) can not be adjusted correctly

When using the component inputs, the picture can not be adjusted correctly. As an example, the green grass is brown at live baseball game when the other colors seem to be correct. Any attempt to get get green grass results in all the other colors being grossly incorrect and green can not be achieved.
In all other modes, Analog/Digital TV, VGA, S-Video and Composit, the colors can be adjusted perfectly, most look great at the default settings.

Is there a "service mode" menu hidden somewhere so the component level can be modified?

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Check the cord connecting the green jacks on the component input.

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