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I have a Tevion MD30237 component in problem

I have a Tevion MD30237 that will not recognice a component in signal when playing Region 4 Pal DVDs, everything else is fine. Tried several DVD players with the same result so definetly a TV issue. Any clues anyone

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Turn unit power on
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press 9735
hidden menu appears
select REGION 0
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