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No picture when connecting CRT TV to Panasonic DVD/VHS Combo

I am trying to connect a 12 year old Teac )CT-M6620S) CRT TV to a Panasonic DMR-EZ48V DVD/VHS Combo.

The Teac only has a scart output and I have connected the Red, White, Yellow points to the DVD/VHS Common Out. I've also tried to the Component Video Out and the AV1 In.

I cannot get any sound or picture on the video channel but get the sound of any video or DVD that I play when I go to the preset channels on the TV.

I think I have a problem with the Scart carble/Red whit, Yello ports but do not know what.

Can anyone think what setting should change?

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  • webscore Feb 14, 2009

    Forgot to mention - I also can't set-up the DVD/VCR combo. The automatic setup does not starts, the manual setup instructions (press Function Menu) has no effect. Is this TV incompatible?

  • webscore Feb 15, 2009

    Any idea how to do that? I can't get into the set-up function to set anything



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If you combo get activated the progresive scan function you never see the videio only sound you need to deactivate

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