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No display just hooking up , and can't get the setup to display on any channel. it won't display on any channel via coaxial or the rca from out1. when i use coaxial and press setup the unit displays CH0026 but nothing on chs 3 or 4 or 91 or 98. when i use rca via out1 the setup displays CH0022 but no display on any channel. the connection setup is ; cable box-dvdr3455h-tv , the cable signal is fine, but cannot use the dvdr3455h. i have tried the PRO SCAN check..OUT1 to TV via RCA ..setup..1168 but no luck.

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Press the DVD button on the Philips remote. Make sure the yellow part of the RCA cable is plugged into Output/CVBS/Out on the back of the Philips, and that it is plugged into a yellow input of your TV. Change your TV channel to Av1, av2, video 1, video 2, aux, aux 2, or whatever the correct video channel is on your TV. Then press setup - you will get your picture.
In order for the coax connection to work on Ch. 3 of your TV, you will have to get an additional piece of equipment - an RF modulator. It's better just to stick with the RCA red, yellow, white cables.

Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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