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Accidently selected s-video connection

While messing around with my Mustek V56L-5E DVD player's menu on my Samsung tv, I accidently told the TV to use the s-video signal to connect to the DVD rather than theYUV connection. As I have no s-video cable their is no such connection, and now the TV can't display the DVD's menu so I can't change it back! So now I can't use the DVD player at all. I can't seem to find any option on the DVD itself to change the selected connection. How can I change the default connection back to YUV, or do I have to get an s-video cable?

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You get to the menu options of your TV not the DVD. you should be able to find the input selection for your video.

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