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I am unable to get a picture when I connect the AV Cable supplied with the Nikkai 8.5 Inch LCD Colour Analogue/Digital Widescreen TV to watch DVD, I can hear the DVD but no picture. I also have a 7"Maxim Colour LCD Analogue TV and I have no problem getting a picture or hearing the DVD. Please can you help?

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  • fbazthecat Aug 24, 2008

    Thanks, but it did not help, I probably will have to send it back to the supplier because it maybe defective. I tried different cables, but nothing worked. My 7" Maxim worked perfectly with different DVD players.



    Thanks again.

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Dear,
check the correct connection of AV cable..
or maybe its defective..try with another one..

regards,

Posted on Aug 17, 2008

  • SALMAN NASEER Aug 24, 2008

    dear,

    here u described before that u have connected ur other tv with the save dvd and u can hear both sound and vedio.

    does it mean what i supposed.

    moreover, have u checked it with this same cable.

    kindly brief it.

    regards,

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