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DVD plays in black and white

I hope someone can help me, I put my hand down on the remote and now when I play a DVD its in blank and white. HELP

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    My System only plays dvd in black and white any one help please

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Go into dvd player settings and into video settings as i think you have set this to s-video if this hase happened change it to video or RGB if you can.
HOPE THIS HELPS.
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