Question about LG DP781 Portable DVD Player
Souds like a cable problem. First, make sure that the cable you are using is the right cable-it should be a multi-signal cable. Look for a colored circle of insulation on the metal end that separates the tip of the connector from the bottom of it. You might even have more than two sections if it is a stereo jack. If you are sure you have the right jack/cable, then it's possible the wire carrying the video signal could be damaged. If it's not a cable issue, it's a jack issue, so look for damage on the device's output jack.
Posted on Apr 02, 2010
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