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My tv has no color!

When I am watching something it is in black and white. But when the video mute turns on it displays in blue and all of the menus display in full color. I have tried to run the cable straight into the tv and I also tried a digital camera in the 3rd input, all with no success.

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Hey did you ever find a fix for this problem? i have the same problem. if i put a fan behind it it fixes the problem which leads me to believe a fan may be burned out inside the tv.

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REPAIR OR CHANGE THE DIGITAL BOARD

Posted on Sep 03, 2007

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Wire diagram i think


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