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Pioneer DVR-520H DVD Recorder Picture is Yellow

Picture quality slowly (over approx 2 hours) changed from normal to very bad yellow tone ??

Running through a Pioneer Plasma , other inputs have perfect color.

I have checked manual color settings, all ok.

 

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If running component or RGB try replacement lead set. Otherwise is TV issue.

Posted on Jul 03, 2008

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