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No video/audio on tv when powered up and running

Just got Comcast Digital. TV and VCR and DVD.. DVD has no video/audio Display shows it is running.TV and VCR work okay
Apparently it is not reading the DVD. Should I call Comcast or tech at Best Buy who hooked up cables. Any suggestions?

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Drew a diagram of the back of each component & wires/cables and emailed it to my grandson,
The video wires in the VCR were placed out instead of in. That solved the problem Thanks.

Posted on Feb 15, 2009

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