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42H81 -- display's all green

I have an interesting problem with my 42H81 hdtv... its about 4 years old. HDTV works fine, that is, HD programming from comcast, or my xbox w/ an HD game, but any normal signal gets displayed in all green.... that is, all the rest of the cable channels that are not hd, and anything else on the analog inputs as well... anyone got any ideas on this one? Thanks in advance... -Alex

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  • gilbe Nov 14, 2007

    SAMSUNG HLN437 IT WORKS FINE , BUT I CONNECT THE SAT BOX WITH A HDMI CABLE AND SELECT THE DVI INPUT IT TURN GREEN

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Try switching the input mode for the relevent channel -- from RGB to YcBcR.

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Power down all componets by unpluging power cords from wall for 60 seconds. This resets memory.

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Check to see that none of the component cables came out...

Posted on Mar 27, 2006

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2006

    If you're using component cables.

    Otherwise, the TV might be at fault.

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