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I'm having trouble connecting the LASONIC dvd player to my comcast cable box, which is connected to my 37" SOYO TV. When I attach all the AV inputs to and from the dvd player and cable box, nothing plays. The DVD player powers on and off fine and "plays" via remote, but no audio or video is being displayed on the TV. I changed the TV setting to read both AV1 and AV2, nothing happens. However, when I change the setting to COMPONENT 2 (which is where my cable box is set up to) the cable works fine. The comcast cable box has AV slots in the front and back, I've tried both with no success. I'm wondering if the problem lies in the TV or if there is some other sort of adapter I need to help link the DVD player to the cable box. Do all DVD players work with all TV's ? If not, what can I do. Any help would be greatly appreciated. -Anthony D Some other information: I setup the DVD player to every other TV in the house and it works fine. TV MODEL # Soyo DYLTO37A 37 in. LCD Television Standard Comcast Cable box All electronics are new, purchased a week ago.

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