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I have a I pone four and the apple comosite cable.. when connected i have audio but video is black and white and the vertical hold will not stablize Please help lol

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I would suggest you replace the composite video connector.
The bad thing about the analog video cables is that they are analog. Unlike digital, which either works or doesn't, analog can produce a snowy picture or a perfect picture.
It's probably a good idea to replace the cable.

Posted on Mar 16, 2011

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