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Just bought Toshiba RD-XV48DTKB, connected via HDMI to Samsung LE32A456C, video out set to progressive scanning. Tuner and DVD fine, no picture or sound when playing video tapes. Any ideas?

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  • worcestergir Oct 28, 2008

    we have just purchased the rd-xv48dtkb. we can get our vcrs to play with sound and picture but it jumps all of the time. i belive it may be a signal problem from the vcr section of the machine as i have cleaned the heads and still have the same problem. can anyone shed any light on to the problem??

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Same problem re no picuture or sound from VCR part of machine. About to try with scart instead of HDMI.

Posted on Jan 17, 2010

  • Mailsteve45 Jan 17, 2010

    Re same problem, no pic or sound from VCR part of machine to Sony 40" LCD, tho dvd and hdd fine, connected with HDMI.



    Solved the problem for us by adding a scart connector. The VCR then played back ok, and able to switch back to HDMI for better picture on dvd and hdd and TV tuner.



    In doing that tho, discovered that the TV tuner in the machine had trouble staying connected to the TV through the Scart, whether or not HDMI also attached, but this is of no importance as don't use the tuner in the machine to watch TV. Did not detract when recording to HDD. Changing the cable or slot on the TV made no difference.



    An entirely separate problem of no sound sometimes through the HDMI, was solved by turning the TV off and on. I suspect this is an HDMI problem, as threre's vague references in the manual to possible probs of this sort with some makes of TV.

  • Mailsteve45 Jan 18, 2010

    I spoke too soon thinking the above had fixed it; the picture on the VCR also was cutting out, it turned out, as it did from the machines tuner, when connected with the scart. Have therefore reported it to Toshiba as a faulty machine.

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