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I just bought a new sanyo 46 inch tv and a magnavox dvd/vhs player. I hooked the audio (red and white) and video (yellow) wires up to the dvd player and to video 1 section on the back of the hdtv. I'm not getting any connection between the two. All I get is the "no signal" flashing on the screen. I have made sure the input selection is video 1. What else must I do to get a connection. Right now I have no tv input (cable, etc.). Thanks, Kim

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Kbluhm,

First I would make absolutely sure that the connection cord is ok. If you have other cables I would try them first. If the unit still does not work I would hook a VHS machine or another DVD up and see if the TV works. If the TV has other inputs, video 2, video 3, etc I would advise trying them. If after eliminating the inputs and the DVD as the problem then I would take the TV back to the store and have them show you that the input works or does not. Obviously if you have a good cable, and a good DVD the unit should work.

Thanks for using FixYa and for the great rating.

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