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Sony DHR 1000 composite out not working??

Hello, I have a Sony DHR 1000 deck that I use to edit DV with Avid & Final Cut. I recently moved. When I moved I made sure to bring my deck in my car so it wouldn't get banged around in the moving truck. Anyways, after hooking up all my equipment the composite output on my deck is not working. I have no idea what happend? I tried using the rca connection, the s-video connection, and the rf connection and at first I was getting some vertical lines then I got a flickering black screen. The Firewire in/out is okay because when I attempt a capture it plays and captures fine. But I need the composite output for viewing on my tv monitor. If anyone has had an issue like this and may know of a solution please share with me. Thanks!

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