Check the region settings pal or ntsc,also check you have a full wired scart lead,you can check by looking at scart plug if all the pins are there its full wired if not this may be problem,also try swapping the scart output socket on dvd if it has two hope this helps
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Connect cables: Connect yellow to yellow (dvd player to TV) Connect white to white (dvd player to TV) Power on DVD and TV and insert a DVD into the player, press PLAY. Use your TV remote to select the proper input: Your remote should have a button like INPUT SELECT or Video, keep pressing until you see the DVD players output.
It sounds like you have a standard problem. Is the TV you are using, that gives the black and white picture, the same as the other ie, both NTSC or PAL and both on RGB or Y-C or S-Video? Check to see what is required and set the DVD player accordingly. Hope that helps.
Ours had a problem like that. The digibox and the dvd player (anything plugged in with a SCART lead) only played in black and white but the tv menu screen was in colour.
Also anything plugged in with those three little thingies, the red/yellow/white thingies, played in colour so we just bought a converter between SCART and the three thingies.
Sorry for how useless this was, I'm not great with all the technical language. Hope it helped in some way.
This television has front and back rca jacks. Those are the yellow red and white holes. You would get an rca cable and connect it between this television and the dvd player. Then you would have to change av inputs on the television's remote to access the DVD player's signal.
make sure you have the rca jack from the dvd player to the tv yellow is VIDEO while red and white is audio(doesnt matter on a small tv set like that for audio) if only one audio jack then just use the white one
You need a TV with an A/V input option. I believe your set does not have this option.
You can look at getting an A/V modulator. Check with any local electronics store. The salesman can give you the details about how to set this up with an A/B switch so that you can select between the modulator and the cable system.
Ok I know I just made a comment but guess what... heres the solution!!!!!!! I was sooo mad that I went and started playing with the cables and got it working. You have to plug in white to white, yellow to green and red to blue on the back of the DVD player and match up the colors on the back of the tv. And it plays in color!! Hope this works for you too!
There some thing that you had done to get black and white on your tv with the dvd ,check your connections.if the connections are properly connected then the tv could be having a problem in the video input, have a tech look at it.
SpongeBob SquarePants 13" TV
Is the DVD player in this 13 inch television; if it is then you can ring the product support number 905-940-5089
I hope this is correct for the USA.
Or you could try hypnotizing your son to get the password!