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NO VIDEO OUTPUT ONLY SOUND

Dear VICER, I am an electronic technician in Spain. I have tried to obtain the scheme. I think that the problem must be in the generation of the sign of video that is realized in the ASSY PCB-MAIN; DVD-HR720 PAL and I need to identify the component. Could You help me to obtain the scheme?. Thank you

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  • Anonymous Sep 22, 2008

    sound no picture

  • sok153 Jan 11, 2009

    Worming picture bad sync its looks like only via scart from satellite receiver. when I play a dvd or from hd I have perfect picture.
    Could anyone solve the problem for me, please. 

    Soren in Sweden

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