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21 pin input black and white

There are two 21 pin inputs in the back of the TV. AV1 used for my DVD and AV2 for the cables converter. One of the 21 pin has become black and white, I tried switching the two to make sure the source of the problem is not the DVD or the cables and the problem is the same for every device I connect to AV2 - the pictures are in black and white. I'd like to know what's wrong before I call a repairman. Thank you for Your Help Daniel

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Call a repair man that circuit is control by either by a chip or a transistor those components along with the othjer parts needs to be checked and replace.good luck.

Posted on Mar 23, 2007

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    Henry Thomas Mar 28, 2007

    danielHi how does things go with your set have you gotten repairs done as yet let me know what happen my email is [email protected]

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