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No video through s video when using aux ports

When I connect my WII or another auxiliary component to my samsung i do not get any video to my projector. the internal DVD works fine but not from any auxilliary components.

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When using aux video inputs we cant get it through s-video output. we can get it normally with RCA cables....

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