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Have audio but no video with dvd - Sony SLV-D500P DVD Player/VCR

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  • gary_bjornso Nov 27, 2008

    I checked all connections but this didn't help. I connected the player to a different T.V. (newer and larger) and again had audio but this time video played as a split screen and there was no color.

  • gary_bjornso Nov 28, 2008

    I tried all that was recommended and got the same results as before. I'm convinced that the cables and their connections are not the problem as I tried several different sets of cables. Please advise.

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Why dont you check the connections again..
see whether the video connection (the white/yellow wire) is connected properly at the back of the DD player and also to the video in of the Television
if you have any other questions pls do post back.

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

  • Varun Kumar
    Varun Kumar Nov 28, 2008

    the  dvd player  is providing video...
    i cant think of any other reson except the  fault of the connecting wire


    could you please try and replace the connecting wire.


    you could also try and do a hard reset  of the DVD player that is   disconnect from the power supply completely for 20-30 min 
    this will reset your system





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