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Panasonic TX32LMD70: split and green picture from DVD

I connected my DVD player to the TV for the first time and the picture is green and split into two frames by a black line running from top to bottom. The sound is fine. This happens trying either scart port. I've tried the DVD player with two scart cables on two other TVs (one digital and the other analogue) and both the picture and the sound are fine. Any suggestions? Thanks.

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    I have the same problem. It i driving my little girl (and me!) mad

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Cut feed lead to pin 16 (in the scart not the equipmend!)
Does not matter which end. It just stops the TV from switching to RGB- The DVD is sending non standard RGB - PanamanNE

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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Just bought a new Panasonic TV 32inch lcd 1080p Green picture from my DVD player. Rang Panasonic who said it was a common problem with older and particularly cheaper DVD players. A new up to date player should solve matters.

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Trial and error. I played around with the DVD settings (RGB signal and progressive scan).

Posted on Jul 07, 2008

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