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My TV remote has a 'TV/Video' button that when pressed, toggles the TV's screen back n' forth between watching TV or viewing your DVD/VHS. Pressing the button once displays a video-1 screen, twice, a video-2 screen, and third, back to watching TV programs (having two video option screens allows for another DVD or VHS player to be assessed, as long as the TV has another rear connection for a second unit). As long as the DVD player is plugged into the back of the TV, the TV's remote (not the DVD's remote) should accomplish the function.
Well that is not very much information to go on, but I will try to help. You need to have a video cable (either co-ax or HDMI) between the DVD player OUTPUT and an INPUT on the back of the TV. With this done, and the DVD player ON, you will need to push the INPUT button on the TV remote until you see the DVD screen. The input label will match the TV's INPUT plug name that you plugged the cable from the DVD player into.
FOLLOW this instruction and fix it. God bless you
Connect the component video, HDMI1 or AV1 cable from the
component device (such a DVD player) to the appropriate input port on the TV.
This port may say "Video IN" on the back of the TV. Ensure that the
cable is connected securely at both ends.
Use the remote control's device button(s) to access the
menu and select the input through the menu that matches the type of cable input
connected to the back of the TV. For example, if you connect the cable to the
HDMI1 input port on the back of the TV, selecting anything but the HDMI1 option
with the remote control may cause the "No Display" message to appear,
which usually means that the TV is not receiving a signal at the connection
input you have selected.
Turn the power on to the component you want to view. If
the power was off, turning it on will activate the display and replace the
"No Display" message.
Test any other connected components at their selected
inputs to see that the TV is receiving the video signal properly from those
Check with your cable or satellite provider if their
set-top box is the source of the "No Display" message and is powered
on, to see if the problem is caused by a disruption in their service. If using
an antenna, adjust the antenna and re-scan for available channels.
what type of connection to use. Look at the back of your DVD player. It
should at least have RCA (red, yellow, white) output ports. It may also
have component out, S-video out, VGA out, or HDMI out. These
connections vary in picture quality and price, HDMI being the most
expensive and providing for the highest-quality picture. Whichever type
of connection you decide to use, you also need to verify that you have
the same connection on your TV. Flat screen TVs typically have more
connection options than other types of TVs, so you should at least have
component, RCA and HDMI inputs.
the DVD payer to the flat screen TV. Take one end of the cable or
cables you decided to use and connect to the output on the DVD player.
The other end should be connected to the corresponding input on the TV.
Video input connections are usually found on the sides of flat screen
TVs. Once the DVD player has been connected, you are ready to use your
DVD player functionality. Tune your TV to the input that you used for
your DVD player by pressing the button on your remote labeled "input,"
"source," "TV/video," Source select," "TV/AV" or the like. For
instance, if you used an HDMI cable plugged into your TV's "HDMI 1"
input, press the input selection button until you see HDMI 1 on the
screen. Power on the DVD player, insert a DVD into the player and press
play and you should now see a feed from your DVD player.
If you're talking about the DVD then it will depend on what input you have it plugged in to. Follow the cable from your DVD player to your tv and read the name of the plug it is labled with. Hit TV/Video on your remote several times until it gets to that lable on the screen. example, If you have you DVD plugged in to Video 1, hit tv/video button on your remote or on your tv until the cursor highlights video 1. Movie should play.
First, is the DVD player output (Video out, audio out) connected to the TV input?
Have you used the Yellow cable from DVD video out to the TV video in? Mixing the audio and video cables will result in no signal.
Have you selected the proper input with your TV remote control. Most plasmas accept a variety of input signals; you must select the right one.
I deal with a number of these issues. Usually the connections are made improperly or the correct input source is not selected with the TV remote.
Put a DVD in the player and press play. Be sure you have made the proper connection from DVD player video/audio out into an auxiliary or video input on the TV. These could be labeled Line 1 or Line 2. With the DVD playing, run through the input options on your remote control. The button might be marked source, video or input. The screen should display your choices i.e. video 1, video 2, etc. When you see your DVD program, you've got the right combination.
first have the video recorder connected to the tv correctly,either coax out, red.white,yellow out, componant out or hdmi.[ see on back of the unit & the tv which connection you used.input selector is also known as video/source/line in or aux, sometimes even game. if there no such button on your remote, scroll down from channel 2 and you should be in some aux input.have the dvd playing,then you should see the video when you get to the right input.