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No image i can`t see image on my 3100 dvd player, it run you can hear the voices but no image; i tried with others tvs, other rca cables but nothing;  it use to work very very nice can you help me?

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Re: no image

Ok, ¡lo tengo!
I solved! Press Setup once. Then, press once the Right Arrow; (This will put you in "Video"); Press ENTER. Press twice, (2), the Down Arrow, (Now we are in "Video Out"),Press ENTER. Press three, (3), times the Down Arrow, then press twice the Up Arrow; ENTER. (You are now in S-Video).
From here you should have Video, now make sure that the TV System is in NTSC, or Automatic. LET ME KNOW IF IT WORKED FOR YOU AS IT DID FOR ME, PLEASE!
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