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there should be 3 sets of video rca jacks on tv or receiver they might have put them on the wrong rca jack in which they just need to be moved over
usually the 3rd set of rca jacks are component jacks not for tv or video but for low output signals say like cameras and only one set of rca's can be used at a time svg on one of them rca's will over power the vid's. so have no picture
have you tried going to a different vid like vid 2 or output etc. if it starts to work on a different video then you can know go to settings and go to vidoe settings and you can change it to what ever options of the cables you want be careful if you change it to the wrong one it will not work unless you have the cables that you have chosen. you can also choose the HD cables if you have those cables once youve changed it the screen will go black (happens to any cables you pick) then you dont touch the controll and change the TVs vid to were ever your HD output channel is at and then when you go to the right one you should be able to see the screen again and it will tell you that the vid will change back to the other vid you use to be on so you have to press yes with ps3 controll and then you will go to some other options and then it will tell you about the audio for the audio just go to the same HD cables and then you would be set. (DGKME@yahoo.com)
sweetkiss, if it works through the dvd player and not on cable/satellite box then the tuner is bad, if you have any type of cable/satellite box try running A/V cables out of the box to video input on the back of the tv and switch the tv to that video input, ie; vid 1, vid 2 etc. (your using one of those inputs for the dvd) this will give you your picture back, you can of course also replace the tuner in the set, good luck, BMW Rider
It sounds like the video output isn't working its most likely a component failure 1 thing you could try is connecting a rca cables from video/audio out on the set to another set vid/audio inputs to see if it the video gets through.This is a problem that requires technical knowledge and test equipment to trace the video signeal