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No video Output

I can put a DVD into my Cyberhome 1600 and get no video output. I get an audio output with no problem, but the video is just a BLUE screen.

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Re: No video Output

Try changing video cords and if u are using vcr as i am try selecting diffrnt channe on the unit that may help u solve or ay not juss update your posts if it worked (the vid I am reffering to video,audio plugs red white and yellow it worked out for me if it is dealing with when recording make sure proper video selection as well as audio

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