I have an Alba DVD65 plugged into a Toshiba 28" widescreen TV (don't have model number handy, sorry) via Scart to Scart, into the EXT-1 TV socket. When I put the TV onto EXT-1, the picture is displayed with a green tint over it. The TV has a 2-way EXT-2 channel, which can be configured to pass out either the current picture, or the input from EXT-1 or EXT-3. I have a Scart cable connecting the EXT-2 to my VCR (Aiwa). If I put the TV onto EXT-2 & the VCR onto AV-1 I am now viewing the DVD output which is going up to the TV into EXT-1, back out from EXT-2 to the VCR, then back up to the TV again via EXT-2. The result ? The picture is fine. I assumed the TV was messing things up but the engineer can't find a fault. So I plugged the kids' Playstation into EXT-1 & received a perfect picture. I then plugged the Alba DVD into the portable TV. It plays fine when the TV is on EXT channel, but any TV channel is distorted by an overlay of the DVD picture with occasional green washes. So I concluded the DVD was faulty & exchanged it for a replacement model. The new machine exhibits the same behaviour ! I have swapped Scart cables etc etc - has any one else seen something like this & what's the answer ?