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No image from coaxial cable or any of the video inputson a panasonic CT-32G34

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  • krodriguez11 Feb 07, 2010

    there is sound just no image .... at all

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You have to have the TV set to the right input, look on your remote for input selection. Or try changing the channel on your TV

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