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DVD plays with sound but no picture

I have a DVD Toshiba SD 240E. It plays discs with sound but no picture. How do I fix this?

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Have you checked the unit on another input or another set to eleminate the video input? also try the video cable. If theres sound and no video and you tryed then the video output amp in the player has a problem and the only way to fix this would be with a schematic and a scope to trace out the video signal. Good luck

Posted on May 25, 2006

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