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The output from the blu-ray is probably component video, where the brightness, blue and red difference signals are the three outputs. Sounds like the TV only has composite video input so won't work. Check the manuals, if you can get a composite signal from the blu-ray then your TV will display it but not high definition. A HD LCD or plasma TV is needed to show the blu-ray films in high definition.
so i had the same problem. red light came on, but no blue light or anything on the screen. it turns out that there were some capaciters blown on the circuit power board. unless you have a good understanding of circuit boards, its not a quick fix. but for someone who knows their electronics, its not too hard, and its not expensive to fix, unless you bring it into a store. but the supplies needed arent expensive. good luck
blue screens are common when your set cant find a signal. might of switched it to video mode .find your menu on the remote and go to cable channels and press the autotune and should find and remember all usable channels
sounds like you have a vertical sweep problem. Where the fault lies cpuld be the vertical output IC the verticle b+ feed, could be the capacitors in the vertical circuit?? Your gonna need to troubleshoot thr vrtical circuit if your not a tech thin my advise is to take the set to a pro for sn est. Good Luck