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AG-1970P no video input through svideo and split screen video on svideo output. Audio is fantastic.

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Try a hard reset and then see.it will solve.

Posted on Jun 11, 2008

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    hemant somaiya Jun 11, 2008

    try resoldering the vertical output IC that may be the problem why audio works and video doesnt. if this solution works for u rate this as fixya to encourage us to solve more and more problems like yours.good luck.

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