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My RCA DTA800 will not play the DVD player

The channels come in fine but I can not switch inputs to play the DVD player.

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You have to switch to the line of av jacks that you have hooked to for the DVD player.

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What channel do i put the tv on in order to watch


it really depends on which input you plugged it into, if you plugged into the cable connection make sure on the dvd player it says output for that connection, if it says input then you can't use it as an output, a lot of the new ones are made that way. use the rca outputs and plug it into the input on your tv, then switch the input from your remote and you should see it pop up, should say input 1, input 2, frnt, and others, those are actually channels

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Only one input works (component1) but no sound. the speakers are on, and when the volume is turned all the way up you here noise. input or no


make sure whatever you are hooking up to the input has a good output. Meaning....if you are hooking up a dvd player and it is playing a disc, make sure it has audio out of the dvd player usually the red for right channel and white for left channel. Also make sure in the menu on the dvd player you have analog audio selected so as to have sound coming thur to the tv. Keep in mind another way to check the audio of the tv is to use a mp3 player or your iphone.. Just need 1/8" jack from iphone to red and white RCA male jacks to hook to tv to test. Hope this gets you closer to solving your problem.

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I have just hooked up a dvd player to the TV, and we watched it one time just fine. Now when we try to watch a DVD we just get an audio sound for about 2 seconds, and then nothing at all. There is no...


have you attempted a different video source into the TV (Gaming system, another DVD player, Reciever)?
The issue may be that the cables you are using may be old, and are severely damaged. inside of those cables is a standard RG-59 Coaxial Line that is extremely flimsie.
try and use separate cables or a separate input.
If the input change works, is most likely the switchboard on your TV (Hardware) and will need to be serviced. Another option to use is a Video switch ($35USD), and not pay $300+ for system repairs.

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RCS Scenium


What is your TV input connection? Are you using Antenna? Cable? Dish?

The Unusable Signal sounds like the TV is not getting a signal. Does your TV have a built in HD Tuner?

If you are using Antenna you might want to try setting up the connections and it should search for quality channels that you get good signal strength. If you are on channel 2 and there is no over the air channel 2 it may say "unusable signal".

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I broght a 32 Sharp T.V. 1080P (LC-32D62U)wroks fine. Attached is VCR(RCA) & DVD(GE) works fine except when I record on the VCR. Play back is just snow?


try channel Line 1 or Line 2 on your TV and or VCR... not channel "3" if  you're using "RCA cords".  Also, make sure your VCR and TV are "SETUP" to look for composite input's rather than coaxial.
good luck!
thomseye

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What channell do you tune to for dvd output for durabrand model Dwt 1905


Hi,

I believe its not on a channel but on VIDEO. Chances are you have the DVD hooked up as Audio/Video using the RCA cables (yellow, red & white). The TV must be set to Video IN not TV Tuner/Channel. Additionally, your TV can only accept a mono audio input while your DVD's audio output is stereo. A quick and dirty way out is to use an adapter shown below to convert the stereo to mono. Additionally, to my knowledge your TV's Audio/Video inputs are on the front panel.
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Alternately, if the front panel Audio/Video connector is already being used by another device, an RF modulator may be used and this time your TV has to be switched to a channel prescribed by the RF modulator. A fine example is one from RadioShack.

In some instances, there are DVD players that has a built-in RF Modulator and normally uses either Channel 3 or 4.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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RCA PIP


Put something else, DVD player, VCR or a second signal, into one of the other inputs on the unit and switch the PIP to watch that input...

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