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DVDs Play in Black and White

I've been having problems with the color on my television. When we're watching television, everything's fine and in perfect color, but when we turn on a DVD with the DVD player, everything is in black and white. We've tried countless times messing around with the picture settings by altering the color, contrast, brightness, etc but nothing seems to work. Help with this would be greatly appreciated!

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  • Anonymous Blank Feb 14, 2007

    how do i change it to ntse mode??

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Is it a uk dvd in a uk dvd player and not a copy? if so is your tv and dvd both set to PAL or PALi mode? check both one of the two may be in NTSE mode this would cause it to be Black and White OR it could be your scart cable (it wil be a pal/ntse problem) (

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  • Anonymous Feb 14, 2007

    ON FURTER INSPECTION i notice garden you are in the USofA same as my last tip but you dvd's are NTSE and not pal so make sure tele and dvd are in NTSE mode

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This may be the problem with your dvd player

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