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TV input from dvd player.

The video input (yellow) socket on my tv is faulty and when I connect my dvd player the picture is distorted and th ecolour flashes on and off. I have changed the cable and it does the same thing.

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I have connect a phillips dvd hard drive to my plasma by the componet cables and i get the sound but no picture can anyone tell what i am doing wrong

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