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Have sound but no picture

My insignia 42" LCD has sound but no picture has been fine for a month its connected to a digital dvr/cable box. How do i get the picture back

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I would check the connections to make sure they are good. The video connection could have gotten knocked loose. Sometimes they just come loose.

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