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Dvd color is off

Recently everytime we try and watch on our dvd player, the color is primarily in green and red tones....what happened to the other colors? it's disturbing enuf to deter watching....I love my movies. help sos. signed, movie hag

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Depending on how it is configured to your TV it could be high contrast with the TV. One thing you might want to try is replacing the video cable if you have a spare. If you are using an RF modulator and watch DVDs on Channel 3, you might want to replace the coax line between the box and the TV set.

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