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Can't get componet Video to work

Coming from the Yamaha Reciever into my SAMSUNG flat Panels Component video I get "no Signal" when I use Composite it works perfectly. Any ideas

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Make sure you have an input Video signal on that Yamaha Reciever (exa. DVD, Cable box, etc...) then choose the right input selection on ur receiver (Video1, Video2, AUX, etc..), then connect ur TV on the receiver Monitor Video out. And put your TV on the right VIDEO input too (Video1, Video2, AUX, etc..). Goodluck

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