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No signal The TV was working fine until it just started displaying 'no signal'. I determined that it's not the cable connection or box.

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  • k_endelman Apr 30, 2010

    I did that already and I still get 'no signal'

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Connect the VCD/DVD player and check whether the TV is working fine.

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