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I was using my wireless ed11000 when all of a sudden ilost clear picture on screen and it became very fuzzy then finally the screen became compleetly dark. ican hear the music playing but no lyrics and picture on the tv screen. appreciate your help on this.

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  • ebag949 Mar 11, 2009

    hi joe,

    i was singing using my ed11000 when the videoscreen turned dark and no image on the screen. i can hear the music but no video.

  • Joe
    Joe May 11, 2010

    hi im joe,
    I need some clarification so i can provide you a solution to your problem. Did you try using your ED11000 to other TV's and still get the same problem?


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Try replacing the RCA cord (yellow,red & white).

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