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Check the color system settings. Enter its menu, and check it. If the set is a multisystem compactable one, set this setting to "Auto". Gopakumar Gopalan Google
The fault is really related to color system compactability.
The TV broadcast system in Brazil is PAL-M.
If this TV was bought from the US then the TV will be expecting the NTSC system.
Your other American TV may be a multi standard TV and is able to detect and adapt to your PAL broadcast system. Not all TVs do this.
How do you connect the DVD to the Trutech TV? Is it with a Scart connector? If so then the TV will not be using any broadcast standard at all and that is why it works properly.
Unfortunately if you have searched all the menus and manual instructions without finding a TV system selection, then this TV may never be able to receive TV broadcast in colour.
Depending on where the set was purchased (USA) it may be NTSC format and Brazil is likely to be different format like PAL or even Seacam---they do make converter boxes that will convert signal from one format to another.
PAL-M is 525 line 29.97 frames per sec, PAL-N is 625 line 50 frames per sec. Most countries (e.g. UK) use PAL B/G/D/K/I which is 625 line 25 frames per sec. PAl-M is used in Brazil, PAL-N is used in Uraguay and Paraguay. Most modern TVs will handle both PAL and NTSC as long as the RGB input is used (via scart or HDMI).
I suspect that you have the video standard is incorrect. Ensure you are recording in the same format as the signal you recieve. IE: NTSC or PAL. Whatever but they should both be the same. IE: Signal recieved = NTSC Video recorder must be set NTSC as well. Same goes for PAL.
I had the same problem with my Playstion2. I found that the playstion was givin an NTSC video output but the TV was only for PAL. try it on a TV that is PAL if your gamestation is PAL or on an NTSC tv if its NTSC. Does this help?