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I have a WT46805 and the color is fine for standard video input, but the when same video content is sent in through the HD input, the resolution is fantastic but the color is almost a monochromatic green. What is the likely cause?

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While you are in the HD input look in the TV's menu, I think it is in video settings for a setting for RGB or Y, Pr, Pb. If it is set to RGB you will get that green picture. If you are not in the HD input that setting will not show up in the menu.

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