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Re: No picture under any source, TV, DVD, PC etc.
If you have already tried resetting and unplugging for a while , then something has happended to the video proocessing board inside the unit. it will need to be tested to determine the exact cause of the failure. if you have a warranty I would use it, otherwise you will need to take it to your local repair shop.
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It is done with the remote in the set menu, select closed captions and adjust to what you want, CC1 is most common for the feature but sets will in some cases have auto which if selected when sound is muted the captions come up instantly.
1.While the previews are playing, press the Menu Button on your DVD player remote to access the DVD's Main Menu. 2.Go to Scene Selection and press your Enter or Ok button on your DVD player remote. 3.Highlight Scene 2 and press the Enter or Ok button. This will start the DVD in Scene 2. 4.Use your rewind or reverse button on your DVD player remote to rewind back to the beginning of Scene 1.
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THE COMBO WHEN YOU HIT PLAY SHOULD BE AUTOMATIC AND DISPLAY PICTURE AND SOUND ON THE SCREEN---THIS IS LISTED AS A TV-VCR COMBO SO IF dvd hooked to one of the rear inputs (some are also on front on some models) in the menu you select that input and should see the picture and hear the sound from the DVD.
Connect yellow from DVD to TV. Connect white and red cables from DVD to TV. Yellow to yellow, white to white etc. Then select on the TV using the remote, the proper input (where the DVD is connected) Press PLAY on the DVD player.
Try pushing the "source" button on remote or on the TV. Wait about 5 seconds, if no picture, push again. Do this at least 6 times or until you get a picture. With each push, the TV will look for cable input, dvd input, etc. until it finds your cable signal.
Also make sure your cable/antenna is hooked up and working.
If that doesn't work, hold down the "enter" button for 10 seconds to reset the tv to original factory settings. Then follow the on-screen menu setup instructions.
scroll down on the channel button from channel 2. the different aux inputs should be there.there may also be a video/line in/source button on the front of the tv.if there isn't, you can buy a cheap universal remote for under $10 [even in some dollar stores for $1]
If the screen is completely black, do you feel static from the screen? If not then you probably lost your High voltage to light up the screen. If you do feel static, and in a darkened room can see a gray screen, then you have lost your video signal internally, and it could be anything from a video IC to the microcontroller chip which would be an expensive repair. Since you see some pixels in the middle of the screen when the TV is off, I'll assume the High voltage is good, and besides the video circuits, it's possible that if you had a defect in the vertical sweep circuits, it might kill the video as well. May want to get an estimate or if it's over 8 years old, replace it.