Question about Toshiba 37AV500U 37 in. LCD TV
I just recently got a TOHSIBA 37 AV50U... Everything seemed perfect
for the first few weeks just running cable and HDMI. I went to hook up
my DVD player with RCA's (red,white,yellow) and i'm only receiving the
sound, no picture. But, when I have the video (yellow) unplugged my TV
will say "no signal" and when I plug it in the no signal sign
disappears as if it is getting something. I tried this with my PS3, my
cable box, as well as another DVD player, same result. I also switched
RCA cables out to make sure there was no problem with wiring. I also
tried the RCA pluggs on the side of the TV (which is Video 2) and still
only sound, no video.
I called tech support and they were no help except ( if ) it is under warranty (1 year) and they told me to call an electronic repair shop. I got the item off online and i'm not sure if warranty is void because it went through another dealer?? Thanks so much for any help!!!!
Hi ,disconnect the cable and leave the three RCA cables in.Switch off TV and DVD player ,then switch on tv and dvd player next .If you see the dvd picture and have sound then i think the cable box is overriding the rca channel.I normaly use a scart connection for the dvd to cable box then another scart from cable to tv.Hope this helps..
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