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The TV remote should have a source button on it, you need to press it and find the scart socket or hdmi connection, it should display a list of the connection that are use for your TV. Some times you can use the power on on the DVD, so have your TV on then switch on the DVD and this may change the TV to the input that you have the DVD connected to automatic-lay. If you are using a TV arial for the DVD to connect to the TV then you need to tune the TV to the channel the TV is using I think in most cases it is channel 21 on the TV.
does it do it on any other use ie tv free view scart or avi. is it just HDMI lead connections it could be a lose HDMI socket connetion that will need re sodering back on or that board is failing and need changing.
Most likely the output from the Pioneer is not compatible with the TV.
Try resetting the output by holding Stop (on the pioneers front) and press the Open/close button. This will reset the output signal. Also, if the harddrive in the Pioneer is defect, the HDMI signal will not output.
Problem solved : incorrect connection of scat leads Solved by roof top digal aerial Digi top box and on to VCR. and then on to TV.
Scart from VCR to TV
Scart from VCR to DVD
Scart from Digi Top Box to TV.
Everything now functions correctly
Philips VCR: 720/07
Philips TV : 28PW6515/05
Philips DVD: DVP3120
Bush top box
i have a targa 5500x from lidl cant copy from hard drive to dvd as i have done this many times but the dvd drawer keeps opening telling me to put in blank dvd and i keep doing this but getting no where,
If you select the HDMI channel to watch a dvd does it do it then, if not disconnect both ends of the scart lead and reconnect or replace. If the scart lead is not in properly this could happen, when you switch on the player and play a disc your tv will automatically switch to the AV/Scart channel, but you are better off manually turning the TV over to the HDMI Hi-Def channel for DVD.
PLEASE NOTE THIS INFORMATION COVERS PROBLEMS FOR ALL DEVICES CONNECTED UP BY STUPID scart LEADS. I HOPE IT HELPS EVERYONE.
This is a common problem, the problem is caused by the fact your device is connected to the TV via a scart lead. The way it works is this: If you press the AV button on your TV remote your TV will turn over to the first scart channel. If you actively do something on the device connected via scart in this case the dvd player, (this includes things like playing a DVD or Video, or going into a menu), the device sends a signal down pin 8 of the scart lead and turns the TV over automatically to the AV channel, BUT as soon as you come out of the menu or stop the DVD/Video the signal stops and the TV will revert back to the channel it was on. So you have 3 choices......maybe 4... 1. press the AV button on your TV remote directly. 2. Buy yourself and HDMI lead IF your TV supports it (note: you will have to select the HDMI channel on your TV remote because the auto thing is only on scart leads). 3. ONLY DO THIS IF YOU HAVE A SPARE LEAD look up a diagram of a scart lead on Google so you can find pin 8 and cut it out with a pair of wire cutters. YOU will have to still press the AV button on your TV remote to go to the channel though, 4. Connect your TV and DVD with an aerial lead and tune channel 6 on your TV into the DVD player. ps then disconnect the scart lead. (Go for choice number one!)
Have you tried to hook up your DVD player directly to the surround sound system? If you direct the sound through the TV, it has to pass several circuits and the quality will be lover. Just connect it right away to your sound system. :-)