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Composite Video My dvd player's composite video isnt showing up but the audio is fine

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    no video, but audio is fine. remote still works to skip forward, etc. nothing appears on screen.

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Press OPEN/CLOSE on the DVD player
to open the disc tray.
Press numeric keypad ‘1’ on the
remote control for few seconds.
➜ The DVD blue background screen
will appear on the TV.

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