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Connection problem with samsung dvd/vcr combo V2000 model.

Had to disconnect and now I can't figure out how to reconnect. I have cable box, and can't get video. Have audio, but don't know what I'm doing wrong. Did find manual online, but still having trouble with connection.

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Sounds as if you've only connected the audio lead and NOT the video lead - check at the back and see if the video I/P socket is empty!!

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