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Yamakawa 288K VGA

I have a Yamakawa 288K VGA DVD player. Accidentally, I changed something in its menu, and now I don't get any signal out of it. My TV just doesn't recognize any. Can you help, please? Thanks in advance!

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Aul

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Aul.
 You may have already tried this but try connecting the player via it's composite and component cables. It's possible you switched off your VGA connection in the menu and no image can be displayed. Worth a shot if you haven't done it already.

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