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Getting audio but no video from vcr and dvd. Attempted different wires. No success

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Try changing the input setting using your TV remote.

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Hello,

I was the person chatting with you earlier on, before the chat was disconnected. My system went off and I'm sorry about that.

I'm responding here in order to make sure your problem is solved.

LAST QUESTION THIS IS A DVD/VHS DUAL UNIT AND IS CON NECTED WITH THE wHIT rED AND YELLOW TO FROM THE COMPONENT AREA TO THE BACK OF THE TV

You can do the connection by using two different methods: (a.) you can use the component method or (b.) you can use the AV method.

Using the Component method: The component is a combination of red, green and blue wire connection which brings video or display.This three must be connected for you to have a display of your unit on your TV.

Connect the Red, Blue and Green wires respectively to their appropriate places on the TV, then the other part on your DVD/VCR. Note that this connection will only bring a display and no audio. You will have to connect the red and white wire from audio out of the DVD to audio in on the TV.

Once you have successfully done the connection, put on the DVD/VCR and your TV, then press "source" on your TV remote and select component 1 or 2 for you to get a display.

B. Using the AV connection: The Av connection is using the RCA wires which is yellow white and red, just as we discussed while chatting. Connect the Yellow, white and red wires, from the TV to the DVD/VCR, the select AV on the TV remote.

Unlike the Component which its video connection is red, green and blue for display, the AV is only Yellow for display. I hope you under stand this.

Please try to follow my explanations and let me know, if you don't understand and I will explain further.

It was nice chatting with you.

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