DVD player works find when audio and video jacks are connected to another television, but fails with my Proscan PS27115. Cable inputs from VCR player and cable provider work fine. Picture is fine.
The DVD player did work with this TV a few months ago.
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Re: DVD input failure
It probably is some failure in the circuitry between the input and the board or even on the board, try giving the tv a couple of gentle wacks to see if that helps anything. You may have a loose connection in the tv. If you know how to and can safely perform the following, then do so.
1. take off the back panel of the tv. 2. Look for loose wires, move the wires that go from the input to the board and see if anything happens 3. Look for metal pieces that are lose on the board or between the connections, look at points that are soldered that may have broken.
Please let me know what you find and give me an update, thank you
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if you are connected the S video output of ur dvd to ur tvs s video input , the u should connect another two RCA cable fo audio.S video connection is only for video input. connect the audio out put of ur dvd to the corresponding S video audio input, using a stereo RCA chord.
Connect the composite video RCA (yellow) cable output of the DVD player to the TV's video input RCA (yellow jack). Connect the red and white RCA cable from the DVD players audio output to the TV's audio input (red and white jacks). Select the source input from the TV's control panel - if it has an input selector switch, set it to select the video source from the front panel input jacks if you connected the three cables - yellow, red and white on the front of the set. Or, change the channel to receive the video auxiliary input source instead of the broadcast station.
Hi, This tv has 2 AV inputs at rear to connect dvd player or any other video source. Plug RCA video cable in AV Input-1 at rear of tv and select Input-1 source in tv remote to get dvd player playback picture in tv. Click HERE to download user manual free copy that has details about tv operations. Hope these info will help you. Thanks.
The ProScan will accept input on input 90/91/92 using the connectors on the backside. You can use S-video[the little round black connector] or the composite video [yellow connector] for the video in and use the red / white pair for audio in. 90 selects S-video and audio 1 in 91 selects composite and audio 1 in 92 selects composite in 2 and audio 2 in Connect these cords to the S-video or composite yellow output, and the Red-right White- left audio outputs on the DVD. If you don't want to do this, get a RF modulator ~$15, and connect the yellow/red/white from the DVD output to the inputs on the modulator, and then connect the RF [cable] output of the modulator to the antenna input on the ProScan, and tune channel 3 or 4. tom
Most DVD players today have only RCA jacks for video and audio outputs, and don't have RF (channel 3 or 4) outputs. If your TV doesn't have AV input jacks (either too old or just not supplied on your model) you can't connect the DVD player directly. You'll need to get an RF converter to make the connection.
An RF converter costs about $15 and you'll find them where you can buy TVs. The converter takes the video and audio signals from the DVD player and creates a channel 3 or 4 output signal to your TV. If you don't have the cables already, make sure to get them too. You need a "dubbing cable" (RCA plugs on the ends, usually color-coded red, white and yellow) to connect the DVD player to the converter input jacks and an RF cable with "F connectors" on the ends for the output to the TV. Often the dubbing cable comes with a new DVD player, and the RF cable with the RF converter.
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firstly try that tv to a different tv
if this works
then check your tv av connections in side tv
also check cables continuity
if this fails buy a AV/ RF converter, have your AV be connected to a converter, and let your output be RF feed to a tv, RF input, so instead of using AV on your tv you will be using RFchannel mode
Are you sure that the source is generating a video signal? It is extremely rare for both front and rear Video Input sockets to fail simultaneoisly. from your description, i would suspect the cable connecting the Viseo out of your DVD player / Video Game than the Video Input ports of the TV. If you have another cable, just try again with that. Or, try using the Red to red cable into the Yellow port, using one end at the DVD player and the other at the TV Video Input. If there is image, then it is confirmed that the cable is faulty, and you can get a replacement cable for a few bucks at any Video store.