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Koss Ks4102 video problem

When I select the DVD player, I get no video output to the tv.  The screen on the receiver says DISCMENU.  When I press play, the disc plays but no video to the tv, and the audio is choppy.  On the receiver display everything looks normal. In the lower left hand corner of the receiver display, it looks like some small letters, the letters look like the ones for the component output(red, green,blue).  AV 1 and AV2 work just fine.
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You have chosen the progressive scan option. In this option you will not get a composite video out to your TV using a single cable. you need to switch off this option by connecting the DVD player using three single cables namely Rr, Yy, Bb. this is possible only if you have this input option on your Tv. once you do this you will be able to see the display correctly and do the changes of switching off the progressive option. refer to the manual it is explained

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