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Setup Menu will not display on TV screen

Have Magnavox TV and GoVideo DV2130 combo
Able to insert CD play and remove CD Audio works also.
Unable to view Setup for GoVideo or CD picture on TV screen (have a blue screen)

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We tried everything we could think of to get the setup menu to appear on our Sony Bravia TV screen. It seems that in the setup of the TV itself, you have make sure that it is set to receive analog closed captioned viewing. Since making that change, it works just fine with the standard wiring.

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Ok, on the back of the unit, there is a single yellow composite output. There may also be a Red, green,blue.Component. Take 1 RCA cable and plug it into that yellow output, and route it into your TV input, also a yellow composite. Make sure that whatever input you put that into on the tv, that you change the TV input to that to view your player. when and if you get a picture, you should be able to get to the menu through the GOVID remote.

Later once that Path is working, you can upgrade it to the Red,. green, blue, if your TV has the inputs. You did not give a model for the TV or I could tell you what it has.

If you need any more clarification, please reply.

Best Regards,

Charles


Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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