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My tv does not find dvd player

Dvd is plugged in correctly using gold scart plug but no signal is received by tv

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Your input on TV has to be set for DVD.Or you will get no signal.

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Hi try this set up to check if you're scart set up isn't the problem connect 3 rca lead to the output of the vcr into the input of video recorder then plug 3 more leads from output of video recorder into the TV set you're TV to AV INPUT AND set YOURE VIDEO RECORDER TO THE CORRECT INPUT MODE ...good luck

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Firstly, is the scart lead plugged in fully? Does it get the sound or nothing?
Is the recorder sitched to the correct input? It may be trying to pull a signal from the TV which may not be passing through the picture from the sky box.
Also, is the scart lead fully wired? Some only work one way so try spinning it round between the recorder and sky box.

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Look on the back of the tv, the sockets that various leads are plugged into will have names next to them e.g. SCART-1 or AV - IN or RF IN. Make a note of which socket is used by your DVD player, VHS etc. with the TV on, switch on the device you want to use, let's say you want to watch a DVD. Some DVD players send a signal to the TV and the TV will automatically switch to the correct channel. If not you will have to select the channel manually. On the remote for the TV, look for a button marked "AV", "AV IN", "INPUT" or "SOURCE" press this button and you will either see a list of possible inputs, in which case, choose the correct one for your DVD player - e.g. SCART-1. If you don't see a list, the screen should flicker, go black, blue or straight to the DVD player. Keep pressing the button until you get to the desired input channel. To go back to normal tv, press TV on the remote or you may need to press the input button a few more times - depending on your tv.

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In the UK (and some other countries) you will need a SCART to SCART cable. Simply plug it into appropriate sockets on rear of TV & DVD player.
Elsewhere you will need a 3 plug RCA (phono) cable. Plug into colour coded sockets on both sets.
Use TV remote 'mode' button to switch from TV antenna signal source to RGB or other source as appropriate

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The included cable with the red, yellow and white RCA connectors is a composite A/V cable. To connect this cable to the TV, you need a SCART-cinch adapter. Then use one of the SCART connections on the TV. Note: the SCART connection does not handle HD signal.

You will get a much better picture if you buy a different cable. Depending on your DVD player, get either an HDMI cable or a pair of cables - a component video and audio cable. (Both component and the audio cable will have RCA plugs at each end. The component video has 3 plugs - red, blue and green. The audio will have 2 plugs - white and red.) Both of these will carry HD signals. Most DVD players will have at least component video and composite video jacks; some have the HDMI output. Most DVD/VCR combinations will need the composite video for the VCR and the component video is optional for the DVD signal.

I hope this helps.

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Trying to plug in dvd player and only get black and white picture. I have a Loewe Individual 26 tv


you must check for correct cable and tv input (AV1,...) then check another tv, and change the cables if necessary, always check correct TV Input.
if the dvd player is the same situation on diferent tv and cable, you have DVD Output problem. In this situation U must send to repair shop.

Note: On market has diferent kinds of cable, some better, some low quality, Check for SCART Gold Connector,( better cable with 21 shilled conductors) not the 6 conductor cable with plastic connector (low price), if HDMI cable use top shilled Cable available on the best Audio/Video retail shops.

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From the Sky box, plug one SCART lead to your recorder and plug another to your TV. Then plug a SCART from the TV to the recorder.

You can then select the SCART connector for the sky box to record programs.

This will work after the digital switchover. The switchover is only for 'normal' tv signals from your tv aerial

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You might need one or both of:

RF modulator.
AV switch (perhaps from an old video game console)

The modulator accepts the RCA plugs from your DVD player (yellow, white, red) and outputs an RF signal.

You can then plug the ouput of the modulator into the aerial input of the skybox, via the switch, if desired.

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If the clarification request is correct. The only thing i can suggest is. Plug aerial into converter box. plug converter box into TV using either scart or coaxial cable. then connect converter box to dvd recorder using scart or coaxial cable depending on what you used to plug converter box into TV with. Then plug dvd recorder into TV. I don't know if you have to set-up the converter box to start receiving i'm not sure. But try this anyway.
You'd probably have been better off getting a free-view box and your dvd recorder. Because as long as you've got a free-view box you'll always get digital. Hope this helps

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First check scart lead is plugged in correctly and squarly at DVD and TV ends

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