I childs Tv Will not show color when it is hooked up to my DVD player, I have hooked to Dvd players to it and it will not work, on 1 dvd player it not do any thing at all on the other it will be only black and white
On the remote look for a button marked 'system' or 'sys' using that button try to take the color system on your DVD channel to be on BG. If that's not possible get into the menu for the telly and search for 'color system' and get it to be on BG.
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
There are generally 2 ways to connect a dvd player to a tv.1 If you have 3 rca connectors on the back of your tv (they are color coded yellow for video and white and red for audio left and right channels respectively) and the same connectors on the back or side of the dvd player.Use rca cables to connect the dvd player to the tv,connecting yellow to yellow white to white and red to red.Using the remote put your tv on video.Put the channel selector on the dvd/vcr player on video or L1 or E1 (depending on what brand dvd/vcr you have).2 connect a rf (coaxial cable from the rf output of the dvd/vcr and connect this directly to the rf (antenna) input to your tv.Put the tv on channel 3.Play the dvd/vcr to see if you have the video.If not put the tv on channel 4.Some dvd/vcr's put their signals out on channel 3 and others on channel 4.Good luck.
Look inside the dvd player tray up and or behind the flap you will most likely find something inside there that a young child tried to "feed it" with the help of a flashlight and some small needle noise pliers remove the offending object. No need for unscrewing most likely depending on how much damage was done, with luck very little.
my dvd player doesn't play all types of discs, especially homemade like ones ripped from a home computer. However, i do not play many dvds, yet i have replaced the players many times. I dont think that most dvd players are built to last. Sounds like you have 1 built-in (to tv). The players are cheap now-- your better off saving the headache and replacing it- The last one i bought was $30.00 on sale-get a cheap 1 cause i think they all have a short lifespan.
all dvd players have region (1,2,3,4,5) you must check on the back for a number inside of planet, to see what dvd you can use(the dvd must have the same number or region than the dvd)
note for us products is region 1
or you can search on internet for a code to convert you dvd player to multi-region
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.