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Hi my tv turns on but just shows a blue screen and the sensor light flashes red there is no picture or sound ive tried switching it of from the mains plug sky tv in and another dvd player but no good any ideas what the problem is

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Try the av buttons on your remote, see if it switches to ur external box.

if that doesnt work, try a s-video (and rca audio cables) to scart adaptor (with those mensioned cables)
from the box, if that works, could be something to do with the scart?
or could be a av issue,


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