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Connecting tv to dvd and receiver

On the dvd setting we are getting dvd sound but no video. Satellite is working properly and tv is fine, but cannot get picture for dvd. Please help.

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    I have a Samsung HD tv, JVC dvd and a dish receiver and can't make a proper connection. any suggestions?

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In setup you need to select the type of video cable you are using to input

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