Question about Toshiba D-KR10 Multi-Drive DVD Recorder

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Will not show picture on disc

Please, quick help from anyone with my Toshiba D-KR10. I have just gotten this unit, so I set up a timer record to try out the recording. But it will not show a picture when I press play. It shows that the disc is in play because the counter is going, but no picture shows on my tv. I have gone over the manuel over and over, switced it to the right input, but can't see what i'm not doing. Please tell me what may wrong.

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Make sure that your line in source of your tv is active in order to view DVR.

Make sure your connection between cable box output is goin to input of DVR. R U receivind sound and no video?

Posted on Aug 10, 2008

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Check the RCA wire or fiber optic conection. If you use RCA wire be sure you put Video output from your DVD to input Video of your tv set.

Posted on Apr 16, 2008

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