Question about GoVideo DV1140 DVD Player / VCR Combo
Make sure the audio (red, White) is connected to input 1 and the video (yellow) is also connected to input 1. It should be labeled for indentification. Your video is on input 1 but your audio is on input 2 and vice versa. Check your connections again. Make sure your using the red white connections on input 1 for your audio and the yellow for the video on input 1. The above also applies to input 2.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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