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No color display when i play DVD thru component.

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First, check the settings on the DVD player's setup menu for output. Make sure it's set to either Component or Y YB YR or YBPR, and not to "Video". If your settings are correct, check the component cable and make sure it's plugged in correctly on both sides, TV and DVD. If still having a problem, try a new cable.
Finally check the input settings on the TV, if you still have a problem, try using a basic Audio Video cable on the Video out of the DVD to Video 1 in on the TV. That's about as much as you can check. If all fails, if possible, connect the DVD to another TV to check for the same problem to determine if it's a DVD player problem or a TV input problem. Hope this helps!

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