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jon_bailey, Some monitors do, and some monitors don't have that capability. If your unit has other types of baseband audio/video inputs and supports the old 525 line video signal it might work. Do you see any RCA type jacks on rear of monitor? RED, GREEN, BLUE for input of video with sync on blue? do you also see some inputs called H and V for the horizontal and verticle sync signals. You will need to contact ADVUEU TECH and try to download a .pdf file of the owners manual to find out all of the units capabilities. Bye for now. 12fixlouie
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I have the same problem and will probably send mine after the holidays.
It looks like you may have a servo or servo sync problem in either your recorder or your player. These are signs of such a problem. The circuitry that governs these function might be beginning to malfunction. Technically there is nothing that you can do in the way of repairing this unit you would have to have specialized equipment to trace down the source of the sync problem which is effecting your system. If you can not afford a repair shop right now I would suggest that you use your warranty and get it fixed. More than likely it is a problem with the servo IC or the sync oscillator circuitry.
The fault is most likely in the sync amp section, or in the video detector section, or the area where the sync extraction is done. It is very common that some of the electrolytic capacitors in the mentioned areas become worn down with age.
An experienced TV service tech should be able to troubleshoot the sync areas, locate the faults, and replace the defective parts.