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Vertical roll I get Vertical roll on my Apex AD1000 DVD player and need a schematic. I don't know where to get a schematic but I have the necessary test equipment to troubleshoot the problem. Do you know where to get a schematic or know what causes the vertical roll problem? Thanks

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  • rthomas268 Nov 18, 2008

    I have the same problem. On an old tv that has a vertical roll adjustment I was able to stop the roll but then the picture and sound were irratic, like a buffer underrun.

  • rthomas268 Nov 18, 2008

    Back again. I hooked up my dvd to the old tv so I could stop the roll and entered setup page>preference page>tv type> and tried all the choices - NTSC, MULTI(AUTO), and PAL. They all roll on my Magnavox Digital TV which doesn't have a vertical roll control. Now, the dvd player used to work on this tv, it is connected directly to video input1. What has changed? I installed a surge protector for all the electronic units to plug into; so I removed the dvd player from the surge protector. Still rolls. We have changed from cable to satellite. I don't know if that affects it. I don't have any problems with the Playstation2 that is also directly connected to the tv video input2. The satellite connects to the vcr which connects to the tv.

    There isn't a dvd player setup for the current video output referenced in the installation instructions for a hdtv installation. I don't have hdtv, but I thought it was worth looking into.

    What else can I try?

    Thanks,

  • Deborah Hock Feb 08, 2009

    I have an APEX AD 1110 that has a continuous vertical roll.

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I get Vertical roll on my Apex AD1000 DVD player and need a schematic. I don't know where to get a schematic but I have the necessary test equipment to troubleshoot the problem. Do you know where to get a schematic or know what causes the vertical roll problem?

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Program the setup menu screen to NTSC instead of "PAL" or "Auto"

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