Rdx S34 Toshiba Dvd, Ghosting

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  1. WAITSMAN

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    Bought This M/c Thanks To People On This Site And It Seems Like A Great M/c, But I Have A Problem. Can Anybody Help ?. I Have A Toshiba 32" Tv Which Delivers A Great Picture Along With Grundig Sky Digi Box Again A Great Pic. If I Watch Tv Thro My Dvd Chan(av2)or Record A Terest Or Sky Chan I Get A Double Line Ghost From Top To Bottom Of Pic. I AM USING BOG STANDARD SCART CABLES BUT AS I SAID I GET A PERFECT PICTURE EXCEPT WHEN VIEWING THRO DVD CHAN OR WATCHING A RECORDING.... Any Help Please
     
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    "Bought This M/c"

    Not trying to be flippant, but what's an "M/c"?
     
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    .........M/C = MACHINE

    I AM USING BOG STANDARD SCART CABLES BUT AS I SAID I GET PERFECT PICS UNTIL I VIEW THRO DVD CHAN
     
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    Not sure if this may be a solution, but I had a ghosting problem on my Sony TV and discovered that the scart sockets on the back can be in and out, up to that point I never knew you could get a signal out of a TV.

    Anyway I changed them on the menu to 'in' only and it solved the problem.

    My father-in-law had a similar problem with his digibox and I changed the scart socket to 'in' only on that tv and again it solved the problem.

    Not saying that could be the cause of your ghosting but worth a try.

    Regards,

    Martin
     

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