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Hey there,

Get the sound back on the TV. Then check what source you have selected. Look at the back of the TV, and make sure that you have connected the video from the DVD player to the video input for that source.

Or otherwise

You know some dvd /tv's need a ' s video plug '.
With out it you will get sound but no picture.
Take a look at back of your dvd player/tv for a plug in called s video.

Try it. Hopefully it works and solve your problem. It's great if i helped you. :)

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