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Hi, before I use to connect my dvd player to my Panasonic TC-42PD1FA tv through S-video input, but now for some reason the S-video option has disappeared in the input list.What do I do to fix that?Thanks

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The problem is you s video input is disable in in put list pls go to setup and enable the s-video input again

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