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No component video output.

Unknown button(s) pressed on remote (kids!), resulting in no component video output (monitor). S-video output (monitor) is working correctly for both DVD and cable settop box with S-video inputs. No up-convert from S-video inputs to Component video out.
Is it possible the Conponent video section died and the random furious button pushing had nothing to do with the malfunction?
Thanks in advance for your help.
John

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Check that the input video mode for s-video inputs is AUTO or S-VIDEO.
setup>manual setup>input setup>input video mode.

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