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No Picture from Component Input #1 or #2 but do have audio via Surrond Sound

1080HD Diamond Series 65inch rear projection 2001 Model

I am not getting a picture or audio from dvd player connected via component input #1 with audio input L & R via rca cables.

I am getting sound from the dvd play via the marantz surround sound system but no sound from TV speakers.

The last time it worked was right before I hooked up a Nintendo Wi to the inputs several weeks ago. I have checked to make sure the settings on the TV setup screen are correct.

The component 2 input video for the XBOX is not working either but the sound is working thru surround sound system but not TV speakers.

TV Inputs are as follows:
Ant-A Off
Ant-B On
DTV YPrPb(Charter Moxi DVR Box)
Component-1 On (DVD) Not working
Component-2 On (XBox 360) Not working
STB Off
VGA Off
Input-1 On (Cable) working
Input-2 On (VCR) working

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  • robertcaleb Jun 13, 2008

    I bought a Sharp Aquos Blue-Ray player and hooked it up to the component 1 but had no picture. I brought the dvd upconvert player i had in my son's room and plugged the same cables to the upconvert and the picture and sound came on. Unplugged the upconvert and tried switching the cables around but got nothing.

  • Anonymous Aug 05, 2008

    none of my component inputs work. I have 2 of them

  • jeffleimberg Jan 03, 2009

    not picture from DVD or Play station and tried to plug play station in front of tv at input 4. Sound but no picture. can't remember if problem started when HDcable box was worked on recently. Time warner disconnected my loop conection and antA connection?? Seems like input 4 would still work. Mitsibushi tech asked me to hook the DVD into the DTV input but still no picture. Hooked cable back up and picture.

  • jeffleimberg May 11, 2010

    What is HU'D on the cables. I have red to red, blue to blue and green to green

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Simplest thing would be that your component cables are not HU'd correctly. Having them reversed would do this.


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Simplest thing would be that your component cables are not HU'd correctly. Having them reversed would do this.

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