I cannot get any video to be displayed by hooking up my cable, DVD, or VCR to any of the F-connectors. Using the red and white A/V cables I am able to get sound for the VCR but no video. I have tried using the yellow video cable for all of these and it does not work either. None of the F-connectors work nor does the S-video jack. I would appreciate any help on how to possibly replace the F-connectors or whatever it is attached to which must have shorted out to keep the video from appearing. Also, the TV is able to show the channel, volume, brightness settings, etc. so there are no problems with the picture tube. I am no expert at repairing TVs by any means, but I would like to try to fix it myself before paying a bundle for a repairman.
the pitt is right try and find the av cable connection. then jus see if theres any black sutt marks if not.i would plug it in and use multimeter to see if there was voltage goin to that part but dono if you should do this m8 dont want you to electricute your self so if you not experienced dont try.parts are not hard to get.its just finding the problem witch is time consuming.if you live in west yorkshire in the uk. your in luck as these guys are located there an they cheap.
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You don't give much information. Coax from what broke off? TV antenna, or from something like a DVD or Dish or DIRECTV? Depending on where it came from, you might be able to use ylw, white, and red. If wherever the coax comes from has those outputs, simply use a ylw, red, and white cable and run to an available input on your TV. Having a VCR and DVD player already hooked up makes no difference whatsoever, as long as you have more inputs available. If you are out of inputs on your TV, you can buy a "video switch box" which allows you to use only one input on your TV, which keeps you from switching the TV input back and forth, by pushing a button on the "video switch box" to choose DVD, VCR, Dish, or whatever. (Yellow is video, red and white are left and right sound). Or, you might have red, blue, and green out put on your device. If you do, run them (using a cable with the same color scheme) to the appropriate input on your TV. BUT: you can get a new coax cable with connectors on each end for a couple dollars most anywhere, that would be easiest.
If you are using RCA cables (Red Yellow White) the video (yellow) could be bad or not in the connector all the way. When the VCR mode is selected try pulling the yellow connector out then back in and see if anything changes on the tv.
If you are using another type cable let me know and I will help you diagnose.
hi my name is mark, if you have cables. first unplug the power cords to the vcr and the receiver. on the back of the vcr there will an input and an output audio and video connectors. if your vcr does not have them you will need a new vcr that does. if you just want sound, find the Output connectors. there will two. they will be idenified as Audio OUT. plug one end of the red plug into the one labeled Audio R OUT, then the white in the one labeled Audio L OUT. if you are connecting the video up connect the yellow plug to the connector labeled Video OUT. the other ends connect to the receiver, on the back of the reciever find connectors labeled vcr or dvd AUDIO IN. then connect the red plug to the connector labeled R IN and the white plug to the connector labeled L IN.if you are just hooking up sound you done. to hook up video find vcr dvd Video IN and connect the yellow plug to the Video IN. on reciever. if you want the reciever to switch the TV you also need to run a yellow video cable from Video Out from receiver to Video IN on back of TV. when finished plug in vcr and receiver. select dvd or vcr on receiver to listen ot vcr on the receiver i dont know what model you have or it features i hope this helps thanks for your question.
There are several Philips and Magnavox DVD/VCR combos that have sepearate video connectors for the DVD and VCR side. Double-check the yellow composite cable that is plugged into the back of your Magnavox - it should be plugged into an area that says either "DVD/VCR" or "VCR". If you are currently using red, green, and blue video cables, you will need to add a second video cable - a yellow composite would be easiest. The reason for this change is that red/green/blue cables will only operate the DVD side on most Philips/Magnavox players - that is just the way they decided to design them. If you happen to find a model number listed on the back of your combo unit, and have the model number of your television, I can take a second look at it, and tell you exactly which connections to make. Good luck!
This monitor with a television tuner does not have a coaxial connection. I was able to get cable by connecting (buying if you don't have) to my dvd/vcr which had the coaxial connectors. Then I ran the video component cable (green, blue & red - had to buy that) from the tv to the dvd/vcr. Then I ran the audio cable (red & white) from the tv to the dvd/vcr. A little tricky figuring out where on the tv to actually connect but eventually got it. YUV2 on the side.
The DVD must be connected with the RCA jacks-plugs [usually black & red] to the INPUT of the VCR, not to the RF connector. You must press the VCR\TV button to VCR so that the VCR takes control.When you place a DVD movie or AUDIO program it could be copied to the VCR. or played through the VCR.
yes, you need to use an Audio/Video cable (red, white, yellow) to hook
to the TV. I've never seen a VCR that doesn't have coax
connectors for the antenna input and TV ouput, but maybe the new ones
are starting to leave that out. Normally, you run the antenna or
cable coax into the VCR's input, then run another coax from the VCR
output to the TV's input (or use an A/V cable)
hook the antenna to the VCR rf conecter IN.
buy some RCA jacks and a three way deal and hook the red to sound red out ,white to sound output white,
and yellow is always video hookit to yellow vido out on the vcr/dvd. The other ends go to the inputs on the TV....same color code.
or you can just hook a cable to rf connector OUT on the vcr and other end to( it with problably just same antenna in) to TV.