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MY PICTURE HAS A YELLOW TINGE HOW DO I RESET THE PICTURE TO DEFAULT SETTINGS

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Check your display setting

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Reset your Wii Video Settings to the Default


One annoying thing about the Nintendo Wii is that there is no way to reset the video settings once you have changed them in the Nintendo Wii System Menu.

It will not detect which cables you are trying to use and just tries to use the last settings that you set it to.

So, if you have changed your Nintendo Wii from using the regular cables that came with the system to using component cables, then switch back to a TV using regular RCA cables (these are the yellow, red and white cables) then you need to reset the settings on your Nintendo Wii to the default video settings.

You can reset your Nintendo Wii video settings to use Composite (or RCA - Yellow, Red and White) cables by doing the following:

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To reset the tv to factory/ default settings, please follow below procedure.
Turn On the TV, while holding down Up Arrow on the remote control, press Power button on TV, tv will turn itself Off then back On again, release Up Arrow on remote control.
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The tinge pink, often coming with kind of streaky shadows of blur means that you have a defective CCD sensor.The CCD sensor is the image sensor located directly behind the optics. The pink color is typical effect of this fault.

There were recalls issued for several models. I don't think the S220 was included in the recall, but give it a try calling the Nikon support number listed in the camera manual (Canon and Nikon stopped recalling and refunding for this problem in 1998).
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Try resetting back to factory default.

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