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I am not recieving any video output from my dvd player,the sound is ok.i try different disc(dvd)i try another working audio and video jack but same results,my television screen remains blank.what should i try next?

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  • Anonymous Nov 03, 2007

    SOUT IS OK BUT PICTURE IS NOT COME OF SCREEN

  • Anonymous Nov 05, 2007

    I have checked my video leads and they seem to be working fine. But I still don't get any picture when i try to watch d.v.d.s.

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Just a thought. Swap one of your audio leads to the video out on the DVD and then plug the other end of the same lead into the video in on the TV. If you get a picture just buy a new lead and all will be well. We HOPE :-) BMW

Posted on Jun 02, 2006

  • Anonymous Jun 02, 2006

    Just another thought. Check the video in socket on the TV as well. I got a Brand new Big screen TV and my darling Grandson couldn't wait to plug his X-Box into it. Everything worked well but when he pulled the video in lead out of the TV it was a bit tight so he srewed it out. What happened was he screwed the complete socket around and the wiring snapped off the back. Pop was not happy :-)

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Open the unit and check around the output jack for the video and check the cables as well If theres a bad connection your gonna or someones gonna need to know how to solder.. if you see the connctions bad and cant do it your self somne repair center may charge you a minimal fee for a resoldering job. Good luck

Posted on Jun 02, 2006

  • Anonymous Jun 03, 2006

    BTW didnt I say check the cables????? LMAO

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