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No video play

In a nutshell the video wont play but the audio works just fine. anyway to get the video back?

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  • w3rdmout Jun 30, 2008

    yeah i know that much still doesnt help though im sorry!

  • w3rdmout Jul 05, 2008

    just the video. its 5 disc home theater surround sound so we dont need it hooked to the tv for additional sound

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Are you usng an audio video cable? the one with three pins? in that case, check if the cables are connected to the correct colour coded socket....it could be something as simple as this

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  • vish444 Jun 30, 2008

    what cable are you using?

  • vish444 Jul 05, 2008

    u do for the video :-P ......i was akin bot that....try scart, if u r using HDMI, try changing different connections for the video

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