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All of a sudden there is no video shown on monitor via the viedo out connection of the player when playing DVDs or video tape. I switched cables but still nothing but I do get sound. The video out of the coax connection does work.

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Often, because both coax, and/or optical, and/or s-video, and/or any other but ONE video connection is
used simultaneously with any other, the video out circuitry for one or more outputs, and sometimes
ALL video outs are FRIED.

If you can use the coax, then do so, but by itself. A good antidote for this brand of poison is a vdeo switcher.

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