Question about Panasonic Televison & Video
Make sure your TV is on the correct input mode. If the DVD player is on "input 1" "video1" etc, make sure the TV is on the same mode. Look for a source or mode or input button. If it is, disconnect the (TV Input) and try another input on the TV. Ports do go bad on occasion. I have one port that is bad on my TV (luckily I have 5 inputs). If that does not work (if not too much trouble) hook up DVD player to another TV using the same video cables (that way you can trouble shoot both the DVD player output port and the wire at the same time. If you have the same problem, use another connection method on the second TV to see it that corrects it. If it does it was the wire and if it doesn't there is a problem with the DVD player. If you cannot hook up to a second TV, just do the same to the first TV one step at a time. Good luck and I hope this helps!
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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