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No picture on Bush WS6667 TV

I've been given a Bush WS6667 TV with no instruction manual. I've connected it to my Virgin Media cable box and can hear the sound for each channel perfectly. However, I can't seem to get a picture. I've tried tuning via the remote control menu, but to no avail, but I'm not convinced I'm doing it correctly. Any advice would be gratefully received.

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Hello make sure the scart lead is connected tight

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