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No image from inputs 1 and 2

No video signal from inputs 1 and 2 (both RCA and S-video). Audio signals are commutated properly. Computer image from input 5 (PC VGA connector) works.

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  • american_jes Jan 06, 2009

    Nothing from imputs 1 or 2...rest work fine.

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I just spoke to a tech guy and his solution worked for us. turn everything off including the dvd player or whatever you have in your video inputs.

pull the tv power cord out from the back for 30 seconds. plug the cord back in. turn on the set for 30 seconds. then turn on your dvd player. you should now see a picture.

we had something funky happen to our cable the day the set starting giving us trouble. pulling the power cord apparently allows the tv to reset.

good luck.


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Please try this procedure on how to connect your DVD player to your TV..


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