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I have my dvd connected correctly to my truetech tv but sometimes it won't reconize my dvd player. The Tv shows a blue screen that says "AV s-video" what does that mean.

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SOURCE: hooked up dvd player to tv but no picture

Select Source button from your tv remote keep in AV mode than cheked if you have conected with yellow/red/white rca wire

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