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Only DVD works

We have the Zenith H2746DT with a VGA connection for computers front and back. Only the audio and video works for DVD when I turned on the DVD. Without anything plug to the TV, message saying " unplug AV Jacks or something like that and nothing else I can do. Nothing is happening by pressing the "Source button on the remote..

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Thus if the TV has a VGA port, turn off the computer and the TV. Then connect a standard VGA (RGB or D-sub 15-pin) m/m cable between the computer and the TV. To use the TV speakers, connect a 3.5 mm audio patch cable between the computers Line-out (green speaker port) to the VGA audio in. Turn on the TV and set the input to VGA (with the Source or Input button on the remote or the TV). Then turn on the computer. Windows XP should find the correct resolution to work with the TV. (If you turn on the TV after turning on the computer, you may get an unsupported signal. Press Ctrl-Alt-Del twice to restart the computer.) If it doesn't work, you may need to connect a different monitor and set the computer to a low resolution before connecting the TV and the computer.

If the TV only has composite or component video inputs, you will need a VGA to video converter (http://www.svideo.com/pctocomponent.html for example). A VGA to component cable will not work; those are for projectors that read an RGB input. TVs interpret YPbPr.

If you have added a video graphics card, you may have an HDMI and/or DVI port(s) on the card. In that case, check the specs of the TV. Some TVs will support HDMI or DVI-HDMI inputs from a computer. Others will not (since computer video signals are not the same as the signal from a set-top box). If you use a DVI-HDMI connector, make sure to use the HDMI port labeled for DVI and connect the audio cable as with the VGA connection. If you use an HDMI connection, you may need to set the sound properties to that of the HDMI port. (Find the control panel item for sound (under Hardware) and then select Manage Audio Devices. Set the Playback properties. If it doesn't work, use an audio patch cable.) Some TVs have RCA audio inputs for the HDMI-DVI connector. In that case, you will need a female 3.5 mm to RCA M/M adapter (if you use a 3.5 mm patch cable). There is a similar device if you want to use an RCA audio cable. You may need to enable the video ports on the graphics card before swapping monitors.

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Again turn off the TV and the computer before making any connections.

You will probably need to provide your own cables for must of these connection options.

I hope this helps.

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Connect your video source [cable, satellite, etc] to your dvd and connect your dvd to your tv. Get back if you still have a problem.

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Screen won't show anything


You need to test the video output circuits with the help of the supplied cables and your television. Hook up the audio video cable supplied with the dvd player from the dvd player output circuit to the television input circuit.This set up is explained with a diagram on page 17 of the owners manual.After completing the connections, place a dvd in the player and play it. If you can see the video and hear the audio, then your video and audio circuits are still working correctly. You may just want to use this set up for the dvd player instead of attempting the repair process.The problem will be with the connections between the main board and the lcd display. This problem may be a bad connection or dirty contacts in the connection.You can take apart the dvd player and clean the connections.There is a chance that a connector is damaged and will have to be replaced.These connectors are usually ribbon cables and should not be that expensive to replace.The connector will have a part number on it. This is the number you need to look for a repalcement part.When you take apart the dvd player you should completely clean and remove all the dust and debris from the inside of the player. This can be done with small brushes and a can of compressed air. If you cannot see the playback then you are having a problem with the video output circuits. This problem will have to be repaired in a service center. The repair may not be worth it as the cost may be as expensive as a new player..The telephone number for Zenith customer support is 1-800-243-4994. They will be able to tell you how you can get service and repalcement parts for your dvd player. I hope this information helps you with your problem.

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nleebrooks,

1) check the RCA cable connection from your DVD to TV screen.
make sure that each cable is in the right place (for DVD player yellow cable = video/ red and white cable = audio) (TV screen: yellow cable = video IN /white and red = audio IN

2) from your TV screen locate and check for A/V IN socket. it's either at the back/front or side of the screen.

note: some of TV screen does have 2 A/V inputs

3) Facing the front of your TV screen, locate a button indicating "A/V" or "AV" or a box picture having a forward arrow inside.

note: if you locate the said button and your screen have 2 A/V inputs press the said button until the right input where you connect your dvd cable been set.


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If you are using a modulator, usually that sends a signal to channel 3 or 4. Select either 3 or 4 and you should get the signal. The modulator should have a switch to enable you to select one of those channels. Selecting the Video input is when the DVD is connected using the audio and video cables (Red/White/Yellow)

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You can find the owner's manual for this set online at: http://www.zenithservice.com/gcsc/b2c/hpi/main?tc=owm.command.OwmCmd It says that the BOTTOM four connectors are: 1. S-Video IN 2. Video IN 3. Audio (Right) IN 4. Audio (Left) IN Above the Audio IN connectors are two audio OUT connectors, which you could hook to external speakers, your stereo, etc. But these are not needed for hooking up your DVD player. From your DVD player, you need to hook up either the S-Video or Video connection (Video is typically the Yellow wire), plus the Audio connections (Red and White). If your DVD player has an S-Video output, this will give you a better picture than the standard Video connection. S-Video cables have a different plug, with four or five wires in the connector, and are keyed so they only fit into the socket in one orientation. Be careful to line it up properly and not force it in the wrong way.

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