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Old 09-21-2015, 07:16 AM   #1
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Entertainment system, not entertaining

2009 Allegro 35QBA, Panasonic SC-PT660 Home theater with DVD, 3 Panasonic TV's, Kingdome and HD over the air antenna.

I am going out of my mind!!!
I can select the over the air and get that picture on any TV. Last time I had the DVR in, it worked.
Now, no mater what I do, I cannot get the DVD video to play on any TV. Audio works fine.
Thank God for the bunk DVD players, or my Grand kid would have had me tied and burned at the stake.
I have tried 2 different remotes for the home theater (original gone). I am using the TV remotes to select the sources on the TV's.
HELP!

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Old 09-21-2015, 07:28 AM   #2
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There is a splitter in ceiling of the first storage bay on the drivers side. It sends the A/V signals from the main DVD player to every TV. Check to see if that is working. It may just need to be powered down and back up again.
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There is a splitter in ceiling of the first storage bay on the drivers side. It sends the A/V signals from the main DVD player to every TV. Check to see if that is working. It may just need to be powered down and back up again.
Do you know if that is 12VDC or 110AC?

Thinks, I did see a gaggle of wires up there.

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Not sure. I'd have to check on my coach. I can do that tonight if you need me to.
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Not sure. I'd have to check on my coach. I can do that tonight if you need me to.
Thanks, it might help

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I'm not sure what difference it makes. Here is a picture of what I have. The unit in the left is the component splitter for the satellite, and the unit in the right is the hdmi splitter for the DVD. They are both 12 volts run off of the 120v plug in transformers in the center.

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Thanks for the help. Turns out there is no switcher. The Panasonic Viersa TVs "share" the signals. The front TV has all the inputs going to it (SAT, over the air and DVD). there is a HDMI from that front to the other two and an IR system that feeds the remote input to the DVD to change discs and sound.
Anyway, I guess on the last trip the HDMI cable from the DVD to the front TV rattled out and that is why no DVD on any of the TVs. Plugged it back in and good to go.
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