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S-video setup hi.. I have a Sanyo 27 inch... flat-screen tv.. I picked up an S-video connection for PS3, (I have the S-video connected, and the audio is sent into the AV2.) The problem is that I'm not getting any video or sound... is there a -1specific channel... Nothing is on Video-1, Video-2... or the component line (duh)... any help would be great! Cheers, Dan

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Usually, the s-video connection on tv is on back and channels to AV1...try another (friend's) tv.

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