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Cant see the picther

Cant see the pix on my tv

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    i did that.

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I had the same problem when I moved my DVD player from my big screen in to my bedroom on a smaller TV. No matter how I hooked it up I had no picture. I had sound because I had audio cables hooked up. After downloading the Instruction manual I found out about the PSCAN button on the remote. Trying pressing that and see if the picture comes in. It worked for me!!!!

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Check cable connections

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