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Dv-47i not diplay picture properly

Change the connections from RCA yellow to s video, plugged another device into that port on TV and it worked

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Hi Darrin
Obviously there is a problem with the RCA cable or socket. Yellow is the Video signal. S Video combines these into one cable.
For absolute best video performance try and use HDMI if available as this is the most modern means of getting High Definition Video & Sound from one device to another
Cheers

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