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Just bought a philips 14PV325/05S tv/vcr combi. works great but when I try to connect to sky get sound but distorted picture. then I tried to connect a dvd player - get sound but no picture. can you please help?

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I jiggled the scart lead into the tv and give it a really good push - this sorted it out. many thanks - margaret

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