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I just purchased a dvd player and it's showing vertical lines.

I just purchased a dvd player and ''plugged'' it into the back of my TV. When I switch the TV screen from ''TV'' to ''Video,'' instead of getting the projected image of the dvd I want to watch I get a lot of vertical lines. Not only that but the image coming from the dvd appears to be black and white instead of color. What did I do wrong, if anything, and how do I fix it?

--Gary

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PLEASE CHECK PAL AND NTSC SELECTION....IF YOUR REGION IS PAL SELECT PAL IN DVD SETTINGS....OR IF YOUR REGION IS NTSC THAN SELECT NTSC IN DVD SETTINGS....ITS NOT A PROBLEM...JUST TRY TO SWITCH PAL AND NTSC IN YOUR DVD SETTINGS....U WILL DEFINATELY GET THE RESULT

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