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I used to use my TH A35 via scart to tv ext 1, when i moved i had a virgin media box installed and because i hadn't unpacked by TH A35 the guy used ext1 scart on my tv and tuned in all the programmes to this, now whenever i try and use my THA35 via scart ext2 my tv screen wont appear, any suggestions welcomed. Thanks

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  • sam_warmley Aug 30, 2010

    Yeah i got one of those but it isn't working, thats why i asked for tech help!!

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    I have a manual and followed instructions, it doesn't work, i want tech help pls.

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Hi you need to make sure you have pushed the scart lead in all the way at both ends as having it not quite right can cause the problem you are having.

also you need to put the virgin media into standby ie turn it off using the remote then turn the jvc on and put the telly on av2 or ext 2 what ever you use then it should show up then, it wont show up if the virgin box is switched on it needs to be in standby

let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok

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