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Dvd player only plays in b&w, and connectors dont seem to match up with tv

I have a Pioneer XV-dv55 and the plasma tv has scart and Y/Pb/Pb connectors. The Pioneer does not seen to label its ouputs, and I can only get a black and white picture (sound is fine)whatver way I connect them up.

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SWICTH TO PALSECAM/NTSC

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I had this problem too. I had to use the cables that have red white and yellow and the back of the dvd player had red whit yellow but also had another set of red blue and green. I had to hook white to white,yellow to green and red to blue and it fixed it. Hope this helps

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