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No picture I put a dvd or CD in and get no picture or sound. Vcr tape the same way.

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  • Heather Stroud Apr 07, 2006

    My dvd player has been hooked up for two years and never unhooked. Everything is hooked up correctly. Not fixing the problem

  • Evidence Nov 28, 2007

    DVD player is hooked to VCR I can't get no picture or sound

  • andre l Dec 19, 2007

    when playing a dvd, I'm getting sound but no picture. It is hooked up correctly and has been tested on other t.v.'s, with several new cables and still no picture.

  • Anonymous Dec 29, 2007

    The DVD is playing and we can get the sound but no picture

  • SeymourDufus Jun 06, 2008

    I have sound but no picture.

  • dkbazz Jul 09, 2008

    No picture or sound. Can here the dvd going around and can hear it stop.

    Ejects with the remote and the main unit also. any sugesstions.

    Floyd R.Bazzell

  • lkelly12298 Aug 10, 2008

    I have sound but no picture



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Just got picture or sound

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I am hooking my phillips dvd/vcr player up to a sanyo tv i can get sound but no picture can you help me

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For me all the cables are hooked up correctly but i just need to find a way to undo the progressive scan on my dvd/vcr combo (different kind but still sylvania) I am kinda a whiz at this stuff but i am just at a loss here

I am only 13 i don't know how to run my way through the dvds settings blind (in a way)

Everything is just fine on the vcr side

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Throw it away

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Tvs usualy have a few ways to hook them up. One is a coax cable this is the silver one in the back that you screw in a cable. The second are RCA cables these are the ones that are yellow, red and white. Yellow is always the video and white and red are for audio. If your using the coax cable your tv needs to be on channel 3 or 4 you may have to force the tv to go to that channel by pushing 03 on the remote. If you are using the Rca cables then you need to change the tv to "video 1" or "video 2" this changes the tv from tunner mode to aux input mode. Most DVD players dont have a coax out so you have to use the rca plugs. Some tvs have the rca plugs on the front (video 2) and the back (video 1) or line in. Some tvs have line out also so you need to figure out wich way you have it hooked up. Do a search for the model of your tv and it should show a diagram on how to hook it up.

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