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On screen color

DVDs play but all skin tones are blue. The DVD screen at start up should be blue but it's red. Tried disconnecting from power, checked connections. Any Help Out there? I,m at a dead end.

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1.Check your component video connection,and see if you are any cable that is not connected properly(most commonly swamp between Pb-blue, Y-green.)
2. If the connection is correct FOR SURE,check your system menu under video connection or output and see if you have switch it to component video output.
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