Question about Televison & Video
Try RF connection. There should be an RF at the back of the VCR-DVD. Connect an RF cord to the RF Out of the VCR-DVD, then connect the other part to the Antenna space (RF IN) at the back of your TV, then search turn the TV station in other to get the display of your VCR-DVD. Make sure the VCR-DVD is turned on in order for there to be a display.
If the above doesn't solve the problem, then it means the we need to know precisely where the problem is coming from, whether from the TV or the VCR-DVD.
Connect the VCR-DVD to another TV and observe if there will be a display, do the same from the TV, connect another player to the TV. This will enable us know where to focus our attention.
Let me know the outcome so that I can direct you on what next to do.
I hope you understand the above explanations.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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