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Problem with Panasonic PV-7661 VCR-blank screen for DVD function

All of a sudden, I can't get any picture-only audio-for any DVD's. Videotapes work fine. Channels are set appropriately (to 3, as is the switch on the back) and there haven't been any change in settings since it used to work. Suggestions,please!

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Video loss could be caused by either the respective cable or output/input connection on related component...accordianman

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