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Bypass the video / audio of the DVD to the TV and see if the input works on the TV. If so the connection of the home theater must be checked once again.
Connect the video and audio correctly and switch to the same function connected in the rear panel. If there is no video or audio or one of them then the digital logic switching circuit can be faulty. Since most of the selection is done through LOGIC GATES this IC could have failed.
You will need to use a logic tester to trace and confirm if the rest of the amp works fine.
Also try changing the input ports.

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You have to make sure the assignments between the picture input and output to TV are made. This is done through the settings. If the picture source is DVD player are you using component video or hdmi. Make sure the settings on Onkyo are defining this.

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