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Cant connect video input

I cant seem to get any signal coming through my video lead when connected to both VCR and DVD. The PC connects alright but the other leads are no longer sending any picture through and it says no input in video, in the past it has been ok but i am not sure why it no longer works.... any ideas???

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Hi,

It happens sometime when we use any problematis DVD unit.Check the Main board in which the input of Video is going. Change the dameged SMD components if found faulty.

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Posted on Nov 27, 2007

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