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Connecting a panasonic dvd player to a 38 inch toshiba tv

I have hooked up all corresponding audio and video(white,red,yellow wires)
When put on video 1 option all i get is audio when playing a dvd but no video picture at all. I have tried everything ... please help me

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Check the TV menu for S video to composite video mode setting if there is any.
Try switching this mode and if nothing then tell me whether u are using component video or composite video cables
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