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DVD in, have sound but no picture???

My tv is connected to my VHS player, which is then connected to my DVD player. Now when I try to play a DVD, I get the sound, but no picture.
Once on a "blue screen" channel, I picked up the diagonal roll of the DVD picture in the background.
HELP !!!!

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Your unit will not work as you have it connected. There are guard bands built into the DVD that will prevent passage through a VCR from working. The DVD needs to be connected directly to the TV. If you do not have an AV input on your TV, then you will need to purchase an RF converter. For best picture connect the AV output from the DVD (Red/White/Yellow) to a corresponding input on the TV (Red/White/Yellow). This may be marked Video 1 or AV input.

Feel free to update this if you need additional info.

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Posted on Sep 16, 2008

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Hi,

Initially, a couple of ideas:

  • check the cables from the DVD to the VHS to the TV (I am assuming that the sound is likewise connected to the TV and not to a home receiver system or an amplifier);
  • I am assuming again that you are using RCA and not RF, if yes pls pay special attention to the yellow RCA on both the DVD to VHS and VHS to TV;
  • diagonal roll often indicates a loose ground or a defective cable/RCA connector;
  • verify settings/configurations in all three; DVD, VHS, TV. TV should be set to AV or Video, VHS likewise to A/V INput;
  • try playing a known good VHS tape, if normal playback, problem is between DVD and VHS, if likewise no video, problem is between VHS and TV.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Sep 14, 2008

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