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No picture I have no picture just sound. I do have a picture with a dvd

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If you have a picture with a dvd, then it's not your tv. double check your signal source.

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I have a 46" DLP TV, I have sound but no picture. But I can play a DVD, and it works fine.


Does the dvd have picture when playing or no picture no matter what?

You can try switching cables.

Do you know if the screen is on?

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No picture or sound


Have you checked the bulb? That's the most common cause of loss of picture, and in some models (I'm not sure about yours) if the bulb is out it also doesn't play sound. Since the DVD sound comes in a different port, it may be still playing that. I'm not saying it definitely is the bulb, but that is the most likely scenario, and easiest to fix (just replace the bulb).

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Have a toshiba tp 61H95 proj TV- want to connect panasonic dvd recorder and toshiba vhs recorder so I can copy family videos to dvd- can't get hook ups set up for both to work.


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Now plug Video-Audio output of VCR in DVD recorder input and select AV Input in DVD recorder, insert VHS tape in VCR and playback it and confirm you get VHS picture and sound in TV via DVD recorder.
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Playback VHS tape in VCR, Insert blank DVD disc in DVD recorder and press Record while you see VHS tape picture in TV.
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How do you hook up a dvd player to the panasonic 10801 hd tv


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I have a Panasonic DMR-ES30VEB. Video and DVD recorder. It won't play any shop bought Video's. No picture, No sound. Video's I have made myself I can watch. Picture and sound fine. When dubbing shop...


Are you playing it through the vhs mode. It will not play through the dvd mode via 'TJ' or dubbing as the dvd record function is macrovision protected
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Turned tv on got picture and sound,turned sound down lost picture now can only get sound and no picture


Sounds like a loose video connection. Try re-attaching your cables. Also, see if the same thing is happening with DVD's

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Double image playing DVD's


check your picture in picture, sounds like your dvd imput is set for split screen, dvd on both sides

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