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I can't connect to Toshiba HDD/DVD/Video cassette recorder. The screen says no video / audio signal.

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  • hiromisak Mar 26, 2011

    SL738B Regza Toshiba

  • hiromisak Mar 26, 2011

    HDMI

  • hiromisak Mar 27, 2011

    I have two HDM inputs and have tried both but no success.

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Hi hiromisak,
May I know the model no. of your TV, same as well as the toshiba to assist you further.
Jdvillanueva

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    Jdvillanueva Mar 26, 2011

    are you using a RCA or HDMI cable?

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    Jdvillanueva Mar 26, 2011

    Please check if you've selected the right input (HDMI1/HDMI2/HDMI3/HDMI4) where the player was currently hooked up, your unit(TV) has 4xHDMI input.

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    Jdvillanueva Mar 27, 2011

    I have a copy of your user's manual (page 11-15) and stated here the latest version of HDMI format(currently your TV format) will not support some older format. You may used other input connectors like through RCA cables.

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