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I cannot see the video when i plug the DVD Player to my TV set. The model is AKAI ADVC-7013

The dvd player shows that the disk is running and also the time is ticking in the display in the player. But i can hear no sound or See Video. Please help. I have tried to play many discs. It was ok until a week ago.

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Start with the sound , do you have some speakers or amp that can take rca connnectors if so plug in to audio out and if you hear sound then the video is presumed ok too , likely some setting or cable issue then.
if no sound the the proc amp is shot.

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