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Video input not recognized

Hi - can you help? When I connect my DVD player to the projector (RCA cord), the projector doesn't read the video input. The video input is set on automatic, and it worked yesterday.

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  • JBerger Mar 18, 2008

    No, unfortunately not.

    The signal is coming to the projector fine. I tried it with another identical projector and it worked without a problem. I also checked to see that the 2 projectors had the same settings, and they do.

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Will it work if you change the input to manual and select the correct imput source?

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  • Brad Nelson Mar 18, 2008

    It's possible that the RCA jack on the video board is bad, can you try connecting a device that has SVIDEO to it to see if that works?


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