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No picture when playing a dvd

I can hear the sound of a dvd but no picture, I'm pretty sure all of the leads are connected correctly. Can you help?

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  • NANNYSEASIDE Feb 23, 2008

    i CAN HEAR THE SOUND BUT CANT SEE THE PICTURE AND YET I KNOW IM CONNECTED

  • skinnykins May 01, 2008

    i have the same problem, but i'm using guess work as i dont have a user manual.



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Let me know what equipment you are using:

What TV?
What DVD player?
How are they connected? (what sort of cable)

Without this infortmation, the only thing I can suggest is to toggle through all your AV channels in the hope your picture will appear. If that doesn't work, come back with some more specifics & I'll try to help.

Posted on Jan 08, 2008

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