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Old 11-05-2008, 10:14 AM   #1
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Question concertone dvd issues

in sept my husband and i bought a rockwood ultra lite 8315bss loved it was the only tt we found that we liked the colors on the inside and the fabrics had it 2 weeks and dealer finally said give it back we had so many problems with it.....we waited two weeks and went to another dealer bought same tt except different colors on inside which we didnt like that much but everything else exact same and got tt for $3500 less from this dealer ....havent had any real issues oven doesnt work waiting on that to be fixed...i finally paid universal satellite to come and wire trailer for duel receivers but we still cant get the dvd player to work insert dvd hear all the sound but no pic on tv anyone know what were doing wrong !!!

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Old 11-05-2008, 06:38 PM   #2
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Wow, that's the longest sentence I've ever read!!

Since my trailer did not come with a TV, I cannot give exact advice.
I do suggest you make sure the TV is in the correct mode.
IE- do you have a button on the remote labeled "input"??
Try pushing that.
Does your TV work with antenna?
When you try to watch a DVD are you still seeing broadcast channels
or does the TV go blank?

Maybe others can suggest more specific things to try.

Your dealer is your best bet.
They should be able to show you how to use the system or discover
that it's not working and fix it.

Good luck!

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Old 11-05-2008, 10:05 PM   #3
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Is it a Venturer TV? Flat screen 22 inch, and a Concertone ZX600? IF SO; there is a switch on the TV remote... NOT the concertone remote TV remote that says AV/TV at the bottom of the remote. IF YOUR SETUP IS PROPERLY WIRED, then it should work. OTHERWISE, the jacks in the rear of the TV are plugged into the wrong spot. There are a few choices- trial and error come into play at this point, I'm afraid. GOOD LUCK!!!!
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Old 11-06-2008, 08:10 AM   #4
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Making a long story short, you have to tell the TV what you want it to do...TV off air, cable, game port or AV/DVD port. There is a menu system to do all that for you. You can do this from the buttons on the TV but it is easier to use the remote.
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