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No video I have dvd/vhs Sanyo and there is audio bu no video.

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  • sueboyd2 Sep 03, 2008

    The light is on showing "progressive" and it has a audio, but no video,

    won't let remote work or anything, How do I correct this????

    When I press system menu on my remote, NOTHING happens.

    PLease, please help a 72 yr old lady, correct this???????

  • angelbooksan Dec 31, 2008

    I can not get the DVD to play the video on the TV. How can I fix this?

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TRY A DIFFERENT VIDEO OUTPUT SOURCE TO SEE IF ITS THE VIDEO OUT PROCESSOR MALFUNCTIONING.REPLACE THE CORDS THE VIDEO COULD BE BAD.

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Connect a set of RCA audio and video cables to the color-coded outputs on the back of your Samsung VHS/DVD player. The colors of these cables are yellow (video), white (left audio) and red (right audio).

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Insert a VHS tape or DVD into the Samsung player and press the "Play" button to verify that the unit is functioning properly.

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Plug the power cable of the Samsung VHS/DVD player into an available power outlet near the television.

Connect a set of component video cables to the color-coded outputs on the back of your Samsung VHS/DVD player. These cables will look similar to composite audio and video cables, but they are instead color-coded as red, blue and green.

Plug the other end of the component video cables into the color-corresponding inputs on your television. Take note of what input number you are plugging the cords into, as it will be useful later.

Connect a set of RCA audio cables to "Audio Out" jacks on your VHS/DVD player, then connect the other ends to your television. These cables are color-coded as red and white and must be plugged into the same input number as the component video cables.

Turn on the television and the Samsung VHS/DVD player.

Tune your television to the component video input channel where you connected the Samsung VHS/DVD player.

Insert a VHS or DVD into the Samsung player and press the "Play" button to verify that the unit is functioning properly.

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alright...those are Component Connectors...your DVD, and VHS will not work with that Monitor at all.

The Best and Cheapest Option...is to Buy a "Modern" DVD Player...which almost every single one Has Component Connectors.

On your Current DVD, VHS...ECT. The Red and White is Audio respectively, and the Yellow is the Video.

On a Component However the Red, Blue, and green...are all Video. You will need to use your "Current" Red and White Audio Jacks from your DVD and VHS Players on your New Monitor, and New DVD Player.

As Far as VHS is concerned...if you Buy a DVD/VHS Combo...you should have a S-Video Jack on Both the Monitor, and the DVD/VHS Player...Buy a S-Video Plug.

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