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Palsonic 180gb hdd, no picture, voice okay and the only thing we can get on screen is a wobbly white and black square

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I plugged a computer monitor into dvd recorder, this allowed a screen and menu to surface. From there we found RETURN TO MANUFACTURERS SETTINGS. The television was still attached, turned off recorder, waited required 3 seconds, lo and behold, we had picture as well as sound.

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