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Trouble connecting DVD

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I have been trying to connect my Toshiba DVD player to my Samsung TV and have had no luck! Even though I have followed the instructions, it gives me a "no signal" message.

Help!

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  • didier_r14 Dec 30, 2008

    I have the same probs but instead of a Toshiba, it's a LG , the problem is that it does not appear on the component 1 or 2 what i would like is that both Satellite tv and DVD are connected with the tv , i have put Satellite tv on AV and DVD on component even this it does not works. please help me.



    Thank U.

  • mike ireland May 11, 2010

    what are the model no of both units

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NEWER TV SETS REQUIRE THE RIGHT CABLES, USE S-VIDEO OR AN HDMI CABLE WILL SOLVE ANY PROBLEM
ALSO SOME T.V SETS ARE JUST LIKE THE PLUG AND PLAY YOU HAVE WITH COMPUTERS, ONCE THE RIGHT CABLE IS CONNECTED AND YOU CHANG TV INPUT FROM YOUR REMOTE IT WILL PICK UP YOUR DVD

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