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Can not view video

While making my set up for the audio, I turn the unit off S Video and now can not view anything. How can I reverse this problem?

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Re: Can not view video

It is probably stuck in "Component video" mode. Unfortunately you have to hook it to a tv using the component cables to see the menu in order to change it back.

Posted on Sep 13, 2007

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