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No signal I can get surround sound, but no picture from the dvd

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Please try first another cd and play it and change video cable second and try.

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S video connector is used only for video, you need to connect the audio separately via the RCA audio connectors or via digital coaxial or optical connector.

You can read more on S video standard here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S-Video

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You may need to have the main board replaced, which is likely why the previous owner sold it.

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