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Not really. This is an internal CRT problem, essentially part of the rods are not firing.it would be more expensive to get a replacement piece because you are essentially buying the main component of the Television to reinsert. Sorry.
It would all depend on what type of cable you are useing to connect the dvd to the tv.With component cables if you have the blue input in the red or any of the three colors mixed up then it could cause a black n white picture also if you place normal a/v cables into the component slot then you also might get black n white have seen alot of people put the yellow cord into the green female slot of the component input of the tv instead of the video in slot. If you have HDMI an a blu ray make sure you got a high speed cable with at least a rate of 10.2 Gbps or faster should not result in black n white but you will not get the picture clarity u should be getting an it also may cause screen blur or drag on fast moving pictures
If you are playing a VHS tape that should be color content and it's in Black and White ... well you could check the tracking control if there is one on that model. Otherwise it sounds pretty broken. Probably NWR. Not worth repair. Try Cleaning the heads with a cleaning tape???
Three guns Red Blue and Green in the picture tube of an old CRT set. If one of the guns goes out it effects that color. Sounds like one of the guns inside of the tube is going out, To costly to replace for such an old antilog set that will have to have a convertor box next month anyway.
on some tv's you can access the menu by pushing both channel up and down buttons at the same time and then use the volume buttons and the channel buttons to navigate the menu. otherwise you might have to get a programmable remote.
Finally figured this out. On your remote push tv menu until you get to function. You should automatically be under col.sys. change this to NTSC. Took me awhile to get remote to work here, ended up pushing in the middle of the red vol +,- bar on the right of the remote. Couldn't find the right button according to the directions on the screen. DVD is now in color!! If you are not already on the option to change col.sys, use the red channel up down bar on the left of the remote.