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No vhs picture.

Everything works fine. I get audio on the vhs, but no picture. I can rewind and fast forward. DVD section works fine. Any ideas?

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  • cdumele Feb 21, 2009

    No picture, but sound when playing vhs on my plasma. DVD works fine. Seems like a simple fix.

  • phinman13 May 18, 2009

    I have a similar issue. The dvd picture and sounds works fine. The VHS side has no picture or sound just the lovely blue background.The TV\Video button does not solve the issue.

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I HAVE ONE OF THEM TRY HITTING YOUR "TV/VIDEO" BUTTON

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