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Svhs i connect my svhs cable to my tv through an adaptor but the picture still will not come up on the tv. what do i need to do?

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S video connections the one with 4 pins on it and a square plastic pin in the middle only go into a special connector on the monitor or TV set and if you have an S video input on the TV thats the way it works. If you have regular video out of the deck and no S-video jack on the TV and no special input selection on the remote or input button your out of luck. You cant adapt this easily as S-video is luminance and chromance on seperate channels and regular video is all on one wire.

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