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No picture with a dvd in.

I have hooked up the player to my vcr. And i cannot get any kind of picture now. I have had it hooked up to my vcr before.

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Couple things to try (I always try the simplest fixes first):

  • Try changing the input on the VCR
  • Double-check connections to make sure secure and in right spots
  • Hook the DVD player straight to TV and see if it works that way (Some copy protected DVDs don't like being run through recording devices.)
  • Reset dvd player - maybe a setting got changed (Output set to DVI for example)
Hopefully one of those will fix, if not, comment back and we'll dig deeper.

Posted on Apr 06, 2009

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