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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: video input problems
If its a brand new set and never worked from the get go I bet ya 10 to 1 that theres a plug or clip lose in the set someware. Hope ya got a warrantee as you should have unless you bought if off A corner someware. Call the repair service # thats in the owners manual to get it fixed asap. Good Luck
Posted on May 28, 2006
"the PT-AE900U supports a full range of input sources,
including DVD and video players, PCs and game machines. An HDMI input
provides compatibility with HD digital sources, while component video
input terminals deliver full-quality, detailed images from high-end,
progressive-scan DVD players. The PC IN terminal can be connected to a
game machine or PC. Other terminals include composite and S-video, as
well as a serial terminal for connecting a touch panel controller or
similar device." You can go to Dell support to either read your manual, but your laptop model's manual is there for the reading. It lists all the outputs. if you have a problem figuring which to use, they will tell you. your manual can be found at http://support.dell.com/support/dsn/dsnsearchresult.aspx?c=us&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs&Query=bWFudWFs&SystemID=INS_PNT_P4_9400&ServiceTag=&contenttype=-1&os=-1&component=-1&lang=-1
You may either have to connect the laptop directly to the Panasonic, or you may be able to connect it through the Harmon Kardon, but I doubt if there will be any advantage to doing that.
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
SOURCE: input problem
If you have the original remote, hit video, source, or input button, if it dont have them, then try to change the tv to channel 00 (zero or zerozero), if not then the channels might have to scroll to it, from channel 02 down to make it loop, if it goes to the next highest channel, then you need a remote. It may be set in the menu options to have the video source not saved to your list of saved channels. when you scan the channels, the tv might not look for the A/V source (audio / video), maybe just the RF source. The 3 DVD RCA wires are 1 video and 2 stereo, one stereo for left and one stereo for right. The TV has only 2 , 1 for video and 1 for mono 1 channel sound. This wouldnt have anything to do with why you cant use the DVD player. but try that with the original remote (or a universal remote that is set to your tv set that has either video, input, source or something similar. It is what tells the tv to change from the cable source (RF) and the AV source (the Red White and Yellow plugs, in your TV's case, 2 plugs, one yellow and the other either red or white or something). Dont really know how to explain it much more but hope it helps.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
does the DVD player connect to the same port as the regular cable vision ?
If no I would be looking at the port that the cable vision connects to, to see if part of that circuit is shot.
Another question, has the T.V. been moved from one location to another just prior to this happenning? As plasma T.V.s can only be tilted on a 15 degree angle.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
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