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Causes: 1. You've made the wrong connection to your TV 2. You didn't make a connection to your TV 3. At worst, your TV isn't compatible with your PS2 (PAL/NTSC issue)
Remedy: 1. Check your connection with your TV. If you have a S-Video cable connection for your TV and your PS2, check it properly so that video cable from your PS2 is at the Video-in port in your TV. If this doesn't work. Go to #3. 2. You probably got excited. =) Connect your TV to your PS2 by following the instructions in your manual. 3. This is an issue. First, before buying a PS2, you should know what type of TV you are using. It's either PAL or NTSC. PAL TVs are most likely to be found in the European countries. As for NTSC, it's the most common between the 2 and can be found in the US and the rest of the world. Now, make sure that your PS2 is compatible with your TV. Or else, you might get weird pictures in your TV. And at worst, your TV might be damaged.
If your sanyo has a video input (yellow) available, and audio inputs available (white and red) then you just need to connect them. Then you need to select the proper input on the TV set. These may be on the back, side, or front of the TV.
you can play your PS2 via the RF in (ANT IN ) at the back of your TV .
For this you will first have to connect a AUX to RF converter jack device to ANT IN jack of TV.
Then determine the OUTPUT CHANNEL of the PS2.
(Channels-1 to 12 is in VHF band
channels-21 to 69 -UHF band)
Put the PS2 "ON"
TUNE the TV set to the frequency of PS2.
When you moved did you leave the cords plugged into the unit and just wrap them around it? If so, you broke the A/V jack and it will have to be resoldered or replaced. If not, then we'll have to go over some other options.