Question about Emerson Televison & Video
Hi, well with DVD's etc, usually one doesn't have to "program"anything. They simply "just work".
You didn't indicate what cabling method you are using to "Hook Up" the DVD to the TV. HDMI, Composite, or Component.
If using HDMI, then perhaps First you should try to get it going First with one of the "other" formats, ie: Component, or Composite.
First try connecting up, with the Composite Video Out, the Yellow RCA Jack. Also you must use the Red & White, as Audio, stereo L & R. All go color to color.
The same applies to Component the Green, Blue & Red, (All Video OUT) again the Audio is Red & White, again it wires color to color.
Now IF you have wired it up correctly, and you have set the TV correctly, BUT there is still NO Video or Audio, then we must suspect the DVD itself. The ONLY way to tell, is by trying the DVD on another Display to see if it is actually working. This will prove where the fault, if any, lays.
above is a service and repair manual for your device.
I also suggest that you obtain you users manual for your TV too,
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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