In short, Our less than two month old HDTV just started giving a green screen on the YPbPr composite cables through both our digital cable box and DVD system. It's fresh out of warranty too! Honestly, I know very little about anything TV related (I don't watch TV/Movies myself). The TV itself is an LTV-32w6 Westinghouse. It has two YPbPr input sources, both experiencing the same problem. I called both our cable provider (Comcast) tech support and Westinghouse (Manufacturer). Comcast has much better support, but unfortunately none of their solutions changed anything. Westinghouse on the other hand could only suggest restoring factory defaults, which of course did nothing as we didn't change anything when it happened. I've tried swapping the red for green to see if it was the cables, but nothing changes. I also tried green for blue. I was changing both inputs and outputs as I did this. The screen showed no response, still green, no flickering or anything when plugging the cables in. Regular composite cables still work fine (Yellow Red White). Our TV also has an HDMI input, but unfortunately our digital cable box does not. And although our DVD player has both HDMI and YPbPr (does this have a common term?), they are both output. We do not have an HDMI cable right now to even test that port. Our digital cable does however have a DVI-D output and our HDTV has VGA cable. I don't know if that would still qualify as Hi-Def though. And I don't see any DVI-D (out) to VGA (in) converters - Affordable ones anyway. Although you can get a DVI-I>VGA converter thats only a few inches wide for under $10... --- I don't really see any options myself, it doesn't seem like this is something you can easily repair. Westinghouse's website says you can buy replacement parts themselves but I wouldn't know what to look for. Has anyone ever experienced this problem? Is that component just dead, or is there some kind of feature inside the TV (Which should have been fixed by factory defaults). And as a last resort, since we can't use HDMI, are there any YPbPr (out) > HDMI (in) converters that don't cost a fortune? Google is saying no. It really does not matter to me, I don't watch TV, however my parents aren't happy about it and they know even less than I do. Thanks for any advice you could give me. I just don't understand the problem. It seems unlikely that some of the internal hardware would just die from standard use. We don't even move it around or change inputs very often. In fact we've only moved it once since we bought it, when we bought a new stand. It just died yesterday when my mom was watching non-HD cable (Which was going through ypbpr at the time).