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Dvd playback During DVD playback, picture is distorted with green and purple color for everything. Also, everything is out of focus - you can make out large items but smaller details are distorted. Sound is fine. TV picture is fine. Have tried multiple discs with same result.

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Maybe it's something with picture settings, i.e. NTSC/PAL or INTERLACE/PROGRESSIVE SCAN.

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