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I am connecting a Technika 1031 to a LG 19LS4D using a good quality scart. I get sound but no picture. Connecting via the Y, Pb/Cb and Pr/Cr ports does nothing. Am I doing something wrong?

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Make sure that the proper input is selected on the TV. Also, check to be sure that the correct output is activated on the DVD. I'm not familiar with the Technika brand so verify the output selection in the owner's manual.
If those selections are correct, try connecting to the standard AV input using the Red/White/Yel cable connection.
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