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Old 02-18-2013, 12:05 PM   #1
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Television DVD player help.

Need help with DVD player. 2011 dsdp 4346. Front tv and DVD player work fine as well as bedroom tv and DVD player. I can't get DVD to play on midship tv or outside tv. What am I not doing? Thanks in advance.
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Did the splitter get unplugged?

Check the input settings on each TV, it may gotten inadvertently changed.

If those are all good, can you try and disconnect the dvd and hook it directly to each TV?
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Don't know if you're talking antenna or satellite. If you mean satellite you will need to turn the midship TV to channel 3 in order to receive the satellite signal.
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