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Old 07-23-2011, 01:11 PM   #1
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S-Video

this has to be really simple, on my 2006 Apex, when I go to the display of the Silverleaf functions on the TV screen, I get "s-video, no signal". I have shut off all power and restarted the system, read everything in every manual and cannot find how to restore the signal, or even where to look.

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This happened to me on our 06 Apex a few years back. The Silverleaf black box mounted behind the TV had a cable viberate loose. Once I found it it was a easy fix.
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The S-Video cable is a 4-pin Mini-Din (looks a bit like a PS/2 Mouse only 4 instead of 5 pins)

Use the INPUT button on the remote (A/V it may say) to get it off that screen if you have to.

S-Video is "Seperated Video" the 4 wires are Chroma, (Color info) Luma (Intensity info) and Ground Ground. First place I saw it was on Commodore 64 and Atari computers.
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This happened to me on our 06 Apex a few years back. The Silverleaf black box mounted behind the TV had a cable viberate loose. Once I found it it was a easy fix.
Check the connections both at the Silverleaf box and the TV. Also note that there are two s-video connections on the Silverleaf box. If all else fails, try the other connection.
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