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Have CyberHome dvd 320, viewsonic lcd tv does not see signal from composite video, (no signal) using audio and gold tipped g-b-r does work with Svideo connection but have VCR on that one

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Used a dvd hack to get into setup on dvd player and reset output to g-b-r rather than S-video where it seemed to be stuck

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