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Composite and s-video inputs stopped working

First, let me say thank you to everyone who's posted on the convergence issues-- I've replaced the convergence ICs and my TV is working great again, mostly. After putting everything back together (with pictures, all cables and connections labeled, etc.), I cannot get any video to work on the composite or s-video inputs. The AV4 HD input works fine, and all of the audio inputs work fine. But nothing works on AV1, AV2 or AV3 composite or s-video inputs. I've looked around to see if I missed a connection and I don't see any. Does anybody have any ideas? Does anybody know which part of the electronics boards handles the composite and s-video inputs? Thanks!

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  • Tony S-one Jun 04, 2007

    techman, that was it! I hate to admit it, but I just needed a kick in the backside to open the TV back up and check everything one more time. I start moving cables around to get a *good* look at everything, and there it was-- a small ribbon cable had pulled sideways halfway out of its connector. Reconnect, everything is good! Thanks!



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You may have shifted the input board a little while replaceing the IC's. Double check every plug and connector, not just by visuale inspection, but by going and removing and replacing every connector. I have had problems like this in the pasy and have learned the hard way, everything is not as it looks. Good Luck

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  • Anonymous Jun 04, 2007

    You did not rate this thread my friend

  • Anonymous Jun 04, 2007

    Oh by the way great job!



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