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Switching to Video

Missing a user manual and ccnot switch to video on old Fisher PC8120 TV. I have a video composite input but no "video" button, no menu and does not switch to video on any channel....even "00". Any idea how to switch to video so can view DVDs?

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Perhaps purchasing a universal remote, then program it, and press the input button or w.e.

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Howdo I hook a DVD player up to this model?


The easiest way would be to hook it up using the composite cables from the DVD player to the Rear of the TV.

First safely and slowly turn your TV around you should see inputs in the rear of the TV.

Second identify your composite inputs. They will be visible via the standard RCA Composite colors, which are Red(Audio), White(audio), and Yellow(Video)
Third Once you have found the RCA Composite Inputs, Take the cable which are inserted into the DVD player and Plug it into the TV's Composite Inputs.

Once all that is done, turn on your DVD player. Then using your TV's remote Press the "TV/VCR" / "Source" / "Input" button on your remote till you see video from your dvd player displayed on your TV.


Here is a link to the User Manual:
http://www2.panasonic.com/consumer-electronics/support/TV-Combos/model.PV-C2540
Hope this Helps.

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Wii game hooked up to new Sharp LED tv. TV is color and the wii is in black and white.


Usually this is either a cable or a mode issue. First make sure that you have the correct cable connections. (Composite video cable to a component video jack is one possible cause of the problem.) Component video cables are not included with the set but will give better results. However, composite video in from the wii's composite video out should give good results.

If you are using HDMI or component video cables, then go into the Wii video menus to select the correct mode for your tv. Check your TV manual and the Wii setup guide for details on the mode (resolution, etc) you should be using.

If the problem persists, try new video cables and make sure that they are fully seated on both sides. Try switching inputs if you have several available.

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My husband is looking for a user manual for a Terk s-video switch. He got the used item from someone at our church - but they had no documentation for it. Where can I get a user manual?


From my search results, the model number is Terk VS-4. You can view the user manual by clicking here. You need Adobe reader to view it.
More information is given below:

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This unit allows you to feed up to 4 stereo audio and video sources to one unit (normally one television which has A/V inputs).

It also allows you to connect a second device such as a portable recorder or amplified loudspeakers to the front AUDIO only output (stereo minijack).

The two outputs are always live.

There are four switches on the top of the unit which allow you to select which of the four inputs you want to use.

Since this is a passive device (no AC or batteries) the input which you select is indicated by a red mark (non-illuminated) which appears when you select the input.

This unit is a perfect solution if you have a receiver or amplifier with no video switching or without enough video switching (or with no S-video capability).

...Placing the unit directly on top of a TV could cause electromagnetic interference. If this occurs simply move the cables and/or the switch box .
S-video signals will only be output when a corresponding S-video signal is connected to the input. For example, if you connect a standard VHS VCR to input 1 using composite video, only composite video (not S-video) will be output from Output #1.

Only output #1 should be used for dubbing or editing, since recording levels will drop if you use both Output #1 and Output #2 simultaneously."

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No system configration display on AVR3300 since moving.


Make sure the S-video and the composite cable are not plugged in it the same time from the Denon of at the Plasma

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Receiver to tv hook-up


Is this a Pioneer receiver? They have the prefix of VSX but I can not locate that model on Pioneers website. It could be because it is an older model and no service information is on the website for receivers older than about 5 years old.

To answer your question I need more information. Do you want to connect the video switching of the receiver to the TV or just want the sound of the TV to go to the receiver? I would also need to know what type of video devices you want to connect and what type of inputs and outputs your TV has.

Most TV's have at least a composite video input, that is the most common type. it is a yellow RCA jack on the back of the TV and will be listed as an "input". That is what would be connected to the video output jack (yellow RCA) of the receiver from the TV for video switching. Then you need video sources connected to the video inputs of the receiver to go to the TV. You also need to connect the audio RCA cables from the video devices to the receiver on the proper video inputs that you have connected. Each video input for composite or S-video has audio RCA jacks (red and white) inputs so you can hear the sound of your video device on the receiver.

If you only want to play the sound from your TV on the recevier, you can use the audio output RCA jacks on the TV and connect them to an audio input of the receiver. This is a very simple way of using the receiver for all the different devices connected to the TV without having to connect everything to the receiver and then always having to have the receiver on any time you watch TV. The audio RCA jacks are always the red and white jacks. you just need to make sure you are using the output jacks of the TV and they are connected to an input jack on the receiver. Then you must switch the receiver to what ever input you just connected the TV to, like the "Video 1" or "Video 2" or maybe "Aux" input.

I hope this helps, but you didn't give much information on how you wanted to connect them.

A good rating would be appreciated if you found this free information helpful.

Let me know if you need any more help,

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Toshiba TN55X Convergence problem.


You brought up an issue that we hadn't considered. Shortly after hooking up our TV to the receiver with a composite video, our convergence which wacko. My hubby replaced the 2 ICs, but now our power button just flashes red, with no picture. Not sure if new ICs are faulty or if it's another issue. He will replace old ICs to see if problem still exists with turning on the tube. And he'll try disconnecting the video signal to see if problem exists.

Ouch.. may have to consider another tv thanks to new technology ??????

Good luck solving your problem.

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Will not switch between S & composite inputs


it is out side problem any cable loose or some button must have pressed by mistake is any components.

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Component Input


To save cost on this model, as with many others they are sharing the S-Video input circuits with the composite input circuits at the entry point. There is a kill switch incorporated with the S-Video jack in the set. Even if you put an external switch box to the set, the composite video will not work unless the S-Video plug is pulled. Your best solution is to get a TV set with a true multiple video input. The other alternative is to have a sat receiver with an external input for throughput feeding. Another alternative, but not as good quality as S-Video, is to use your sat receiver in the composite mode to the set, and have an external switch box to select one or the other.

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