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Dvd player won't display video yet audio works

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  • twinkin Dec 05, 2008

    same problem

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    DVD Player AD - 1100S. No video only audio

  • vvansanten Mar 11, 2009

    I have a dual monitor. The main monitor which hosts the DVD will not display although the volume works. The dual monitor will display and have volume.

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Try using an S-Video cord with starndard audio cords instead of a regular video chord.

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