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Can't get video to show on TV

Have had this unit for some time and worked great. A guest over to a party went click-crazy on the receiver and now I can't get the Sony Television to show video from either a DVD player or from a Digital cable box via the Denon AVR-1803 receiver.

Specifically, I have been using the same input (Video 4) on the television, and tried all others to no avail.
The TV (Sony Bravia) will play a game or video directly cabled into the side TV input ports (Video 2)
This makes me think it is the receiver. However, I can hear the audio from both the DVD and cable box inputs via the receiver to the speakers. Just can't get the video to appear on the Sony anymore.
I have tried resetting the TV. No change. I don't know if resetting the Denon would help as I can't find the method for doing such.
None of the cabling has changed in any fashion from when it did work.
Help!!

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  • Jeff dole Nov 16, 2008

    I'm a little thick, perhaps, but are you talking about the Sony TV or the Receiver, and precisely how does one find the particular menu and menu options? I would like to try this....

  • Jeff dole Nov 16, 2008

    Tried using all the inputs on TV with DVD on, and that doesn't get it working.



    Reconnected everything - no difference.

    Tried other suggestion - nothing doing. Still no video

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The video cable must have gone faulty.replace cable and check

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Try pressing the TV input buttnon with the Receiver and the DVD on, until you catch the DVD signal.

Check all cables at the back, eventually try using replacement cables.

Ensure that the DVD output setting is set on the same line out connected to the TV, as this devices usualliy have two different output lines.

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You need to go into the set-up menu and make sure the proper video output is selected.

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    Dave DeGain Nov 16, 2008

    It would be helpful to know what type of video input you are using. Is it the composite (yellow RCA) or the S-video (black din cable) or component (3 RCA cables red, blue, green).

    The function that you are using for each video device must have the proper setting for it.


  • Dave DeGain
    Dave DeGain Nov 16, 2008

    Do you have the owners manual? If so, there are complete instructions on how to set up the video inputs and outputs. It is a little confusing to figure out without the manual. I will look for one and see if I can find the proper procedure for it.

    What I can tell you even without the manual is that the video line you are using to go from the receiver to the TV must be set properly in the receiver for output to the TV, and the video lines you have frm the DVD or other devices must be set right for the function they are being used on. The remote and the receiver both have a button for the menu.

    While you are on the proper function (DVD) setting for the Denon, try to use the "Video Select" button which is right next to the tuning buttons on the display just below the LCD. Have the DVD player turned on and the TV also set to the proper video line that is coming form the Denon, then press the "Video Select" button and see if that changes the output to the TV. Watch the display of the Denon also while you do this, it should have an indicator light that shows what video source you have selected. If you know which type of video you are using for the DVD lpayer, make sure that is what the display is indicating for the video output.

    I will now see if I can find an owners manual for you to use in PDF format.




  • Dave DeGain
    Dave DeGain Nov 16, 2008

    Here is a link to get the owners manual. It has instructions on how to set up the video connections.



    http://www.get1here.net/AVR1803-883E3.pd...



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