There is two outputs on this DVR, one is a VGA and the other is for composite Out. You will need to use the VGA and go in the settings to change it to Composite Out if you want to view it on your TV. Under settings>Monitoring>Monitor Out. Hope it works.
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FOLLOW this instruction and fix it. God bless you
Connect the component video, HDMI1 or AV1 cable from the
component device (such a DVD player) to the appropriate input port on the TV.
This port may say "Video IN" on the back of the TV. Ensure that the
cable is connected securely at both ends.
Use the remote control's device button(s) to access the
menu and select the input through the menu that matches the type of cable input
connected to the back of the TV. For example, if you connect the cable to the
HDMI1 input port on the back of the TV, selecting anything but the HDMI1 option
with the remote control may cause the "No Display" message to appear,
which usually means that the TV is not receiving a signal at the connection
input you have selected.
Turn the power on to the component you want to view. If
the power was off, turning it on will activate the display and replace the
"No Display" message.
Test any other connected components at their selected
inputs to see that the TV is receiving the video signal properly from those
Check with your cable or satellite provider if their
set-top box is the source of the "No Display" message and is powered
on, to see if the problem is caused by a disruption in their service. If using
an antenna, adjust the antenna and re-scan for available channels.
In your statement since the LCD is moving there's miniature wire or ribbon wire attached to the folded LCD display. From thousand times you folded the display, the tendency of that ribbon wire will be crack, so mini switch that enable or trigger the transfer mode will not respond. So better replace it with a new ribbons wires. or call service personnel to replace it for you.
Pull your display off wall and see if your unit has batteries. If you have a blue wire or, a wire connected to the "B" terminal in your thermostat(the part connected to wall, this should produce the power to show display. If you do not have a blue wire, it is dependant on the batteries for display. Change out batteries and see what happens. Obviously with no display, your system won't work. If this doesn't solve your problem, replace the thermostat.
Rear View Camera Input: The VM9313 features a composite video input and a green/white wire lead attached to the harness for connection of a rear view camera. If a rear-view video camera is connected, the unit is on, and the TFT monitor is retracted inside the unit, the TFT monitor automatically moves into the viewing position and Camera modes is selected upon shifting into Reverse gear. When shifting into Drive gear, the TFT monitor is retracted back inside the unit. If the monitor is already in a viewing position and in display mode, the monitor automatically switches to Camera mode upon shifting into Reverse. When the reverse driving stops, the monitor returns to its original input display mode. You can choose for the monitor to display a Mirror mode image or a Normal mode image from the rear-view camera.
The most common problem is that the tv dont understand the s-video signal. You can try to change the signal input on the tv to s-video, but it will only work if your tv support's it. I have a s-video to scart but I dont get any collours because my tv can't understand the signal. My solution tip for you are: Get a tv that you are shure can understand the s-video signal.
A regular TV will not display a CCTV camera, because the CCTV outputs a 1 Volt peak-to-peak RF signal. A TV uses a broadcast signal, it is different. However, if the TV has a yellow "video in" jack on the back of the set, this will display the camera, as the yellow video in will process and display the CCTV signal on the TV. Let me know if this does not work.