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Will not switch between S & composite inputs

Unless I'm missing something, my monitor is supposed to automatically detect and route outgoing signals, but while S-video and composite audio work fine, composite video is not working at all. Any ideas? Thank you in advance!

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  • mharnick Sep 22, 2007

    Thanks for your time - it's not an outside issue...the monitor is not recognizing anything plugged into the composite video input side on either line A or B input. tried all the cables, tried everything...it must be a problem common to both inputs internally.

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

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