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Connecting dvd? how do i connect my dvd player to the plasma screen. i have an input rgb component, but i can only hear sound when i attach the scart leadinto the tv, and the 15pin rgb wire into the dvd, there is no picture, what can i do to view picture?

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If everything is connected and dvd player is on, make sure you have the proper input selected on the TV. Input2 on this model TV. Try switching between the inputs.

An important thing you need to do is set the RGB input signal from PC to YUV or you won't have a good picture. This is done through the menu system

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