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Green picture why is it showing bright green only? toshiba 36a50 model

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Your red and blue cables are unplugged from either the source or at the tv.

Component video uses a red green and blue signal. If the red and blue are pulled you will onle see the green. If the green is pulled you will see nothing.

Check your cables 9 out of 10 times its a loose connection or bad interconnect cables.

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