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VHS Sound - No Picture

The tv plays fine. However, when we put in a vhs we can hear the sound but get just a blue screen and no picture. Seems like it might be a problem with programming, but don't have the book to refer to.

Thanks for the assistance!

Dottie

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  • timdot Sep 19, 2008

    Already tried cleaning with a video tape cleaner even before I posted the question. The vhs player is contained inside the tv so there is no yellow video output cord. thanks anyway.

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Try cleaning the vcr with a video tape cleaner
or maby the yellow video output need replacing the cord i mean

Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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