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No image I am currently connected via the S-Video, but I can not get an image to show. Can you please help me figure out what I am doing incorrect? Thanks

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Try switching your input source and make sure you select S Video. Also you can try to feed a composite (RCA - Yellow Cable) into it and see if you get an image. Are you able to get an image/blank screen? Can you access the menu and see it?

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