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Tv hookup problem

When I hook it up to my TV, and hit "AV in" instead of seeing the tv program, it says "no signal". How do I fix that?

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  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2008

    when i hook up my camera to the tv it just says no signal instead of showing the screen!!!

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Ok you must plug it in your DVD player in the A V in cause some TVs do not have it and dont have a signal.+

Posted on May 14, 2008

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To watch tv programs the vcr unit must be on. if off i lose the video signal.....help


The tv signal is running thru your vcr tuner instead of your tv tuner.
Hook the incoming coax/cable or antenna wire to the tv instead of the vcr.

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How to hookup and use


A DVD recorder can hook up to any TV that has at least a set of AV inputs (you will need an RF modulator if your TV does not have AV inputs).

Just hookup your cable or antenna feed to the ant/cable input of the DVD recorder and loop it out to the RF input on the TV.

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I have a General Electric tv that someone gave me. I hooked up my dvd player and programmed it play on channel 3. I says no signal when I try to play a dvd on channel 3


There may be a chance you have hooked it up to play on AV3, as opposed to CH3. There should be an AV button on your remote or the TV. Press it a few times and see the channel flicks through the AV channels. They are usually AV1, AV2, AV25, AV3, AV35. Look for AV3, or for your signal on any of the other AV channels.

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We have no manual - need instructions on how to hook it to the TV.


Nintendo 64 Hookups

Quick Tip! If your system is connected using AV cables and you cannot see the game on your screen, it is likely all you need to find is the input select on your TV or VCR. Link here for help.
The Stereo Audio/Video Cable that is included with the Nintendo 64 will allow you to connect the Control Deck to most televisions or video cassette recorders (VCR). First, look at the back of your television AND your VCR and see if you have Audio/Video inputs . Though your TV may not have them, almost all VCRs do.

If you DO have AV inputs, choose where you want to connect to:

Audio/Video Cable to a TV
Audio/Video Cable to a VCR

If you do NOT have AV inputs, you will need to use an RF Switch and RF Modulator for your hookup. The RF Switch and Modulator are sold separately. (Where to buy):

Connecting the RF Switch to a TV
Connecting the RF Switch to a VCR

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Feb 24, 2011 | Nintendo 64 Console

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What channel do I set the TV on so that the dvd will play


Hi,
Hook audio/ video cable from dvd player to AV input of tv and select that AV input in tv to watch dvd playback picture.
You will see yellow jack (for video signal output) and red-white jacks (for audio left-right output signal) at rear of dvd player, plug AV Cable and hook it in AV input of tv, make sure yellow pin connected in yellow jacks of dvd and tv.
Thanks.

Feb 18, 2011 | Sony DVP-SR200P DVD Player

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No sound on tv and black & white


The red, blue, and green are the component cable hookups. What you have w/ red, white, and yellow is called composite or on most TV's (AV) See if the TV has a side port for like a camcorder, etc. It will not work by hooking into the red/blue/green as they are different signals.

It is possible that your yellow jack may be separate from the red/white audio left/right jacks.

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Says unusable signal when trying to hookup my Nintendo 64.


Here are a couple of things to try. Go into the menu and make sure that you have the "ANTENNA" selected instead of "CABLE". Also make sure that the channel that you are using (3 or 4) is programmed into the memory of the tv. If not, use "auto program" in the menu to program the channels.

These newer tv's are not the same as older tv's. If none of that works, put a antenna amp on the output of the nintendo and then plug it into the tv. This should fix it.

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Nintendo 64 HDTV


I am not an HDTV expert but I believe they are all backwards compatible so the fact it is HD should not be a problem. Have you tried a vcr or dvd player on the same hook ups? It is possible you are trying to use a video input that is already in use? I know on my TV I have the DVD hooked up with an S-video cable to "Video 2". Right next to the S-video hookup are the red, yellow, white RCA jacks. On my TV these can't be used when the S-video is in use so I have to have the games hooked up to the front panel "Video 3". I would disconnect everything and try hooking the N64 up in each input to see if you can find one that works.

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Hd dvr


if you are connecting the dvr via component video cables select the output to 480i and not 480p or other higher formats.the tv cannot support anything higher than 480i. or try using composite video hookup instead.

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Blue Screen


Hello,
I just wanted to suggest some things for you to try, if you have not done them already. Try hooking up a known good signal, such as the main input cable from your cable or dish, hook it straight to your tv, and see if you can change channels, and get a picture on low band...2 thru 6, and then if not, how about any picture above channel 6, if you get picture on 2 thru 13 now, it could be whatever you have hooked in between the input cable and the tv...be sure you have the tv on the right channel for your receiver, usually 3 or 4, or if you are using another type of video input cable, make sure you have tv on the right input for that cable and that cable is good...check the in and out of your component unit, for correct cable hookup as well as your cables, in reference to using RCA video and audio left and right in and out...a lot of sets and vcr's will go to a blue screen if they lose signal to them....I hope this helps you out some.If you cannot get a picture from hooking your signal straight to your tv, it could be the tuner got a spike from a thunderstorm, or has lost the B Plus source for the tuner circuit. Be sure that it is not selected for an input signal,other than the cable or antenna mode, the onscreen text should verify this, if you can change channels with or without getting video...a picture....Good luck with it. T.

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