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I have the same one. and I have had another model also.they are almost the same.If I am correct it is a cassette karaoke player.They take a special cassette that says lonestar super K.these players and tapes were from the 1992-1994.when you hook to the tv, the tv needs to be on channel 3 or 4.the back of the machine should have a switch with 3 &4.make sure both are on the same.on newer tv you may have to figure out the input & output.some say video some say line 1 line 2 etc.my machine uses a cable cord from tv to machine.any tape will play in them ,but only the special ones will put words on the tv. if you use the special tape when you put it in the machine only one side plays.it tells you on the tape.also only one side of the duel cassette compartment will put words on screen.my sk104 is side B.Hope this helps.if you still cant get on screen words,it could be that part of the machine just doesn't work anymore.that is what happened to my other one.
The Sining Machine #SMG-301 has a problem with not playing because of the word 'DOOR' coming up on the readout. I've checked the door/Tray to make sure that it was closed and when you open up the tray/door to put or take out another disk the word that comes up on the readout is not DOOR it's OPEAN! Any suggestions?
I want you to do a test first. Take you TV and connect a DVD player to it and see if this problem occurs. I bet you it wont, because the problem is not with the TV nor the CD of the karaoke machine. The problem is with the sync pulses of the signal from the karaoky, and the inability of the Tv to sync-up with those signals. What I would use is a video stabilizer between the TV and the DVD player.
If the TV still has the problem with the DVD player I would then check the TV for a vertical section problem.
I hope this helps,
sir, where did you purchase your player?i think theres a problem with your COLOR SYSTEM SETTING...the color system(REGION NUMBER) of your player must be mATCh with your tv monitor
...TRY TO set it using remote control of your dvd player...and try diff color system setting....post the result.ty
PAL =THESE ARE THE COLOR SYSTEM