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It looks like your tv is unable to handle the output video resolution from your bluray. The reason why you do not have picture on the tv screen after the bluray disc logo appears.
You can follow the instruction below to set the video resolution on your player to its lowest resolution:
1. Using your bluray remote control, press the following buttons in order... STOP button (press and release) ....HOME button (press and release)....POP UP/MENU button ( press and release )
Note: press the buttons in order with 1 second interval. Make sure tv and bluray are ON when you try this. If first attempt nothing happens, try this again.
2. When the home menu screen appears after doing the above instruction, you can set the video resolution again manually. Follow the instruction:
Using the BD remote control press HOME button > then go to SETUP > select screen settings > then change OUTPUT VIDEO RESOLUTION to Auto > change also 24P OUT to 1080P // set the BD-ROM 24P OUTPUT to Auto
The next time you turn on the bluray player you will have picture again.
I'd have to know what type of set top box you have to help you. Netflix has a number of common characteristics, but many nuances are specific to the type of set-top box (or XBox or PS-3/4).
For the time being, if this is too much of an irritant for you, I would just close out Netflix when you are finished watching your movie and restart it again when you want to resume. When you return to Netflix, most set top boxes take you right where you left off in the series.
The problem is withthe delicate electrical connections to the LCD screen. You may try twisting the screen using VERY light force to see if that will make the balcnk section workj again. Failing thta, the DVD player is too inexpensive to have repaired, if that service is even available. A new one would be in order.
Best way is with an HDMI cable if they have that but seeing as that seems to not be HD it probably won't.
Second would be to use component if it has that. That where the picture has 3 cables and then you have the 2 audio cables. They use RCA connectors.
Third would be S-VHS for picture. This looks different than the others, the input will look round with a bunch of holes for the pins of the cable. Again, use the 2 audio cables.
Last, which may be the only thing that dvd/vhs has is use composite video cables. This is where you have one video cable and the 2 audio cables. They are color coded, yellow is picture and the 2 audios are red and white for R and L. If you don't have a cable for that, this is what you need: http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=102&cp_id=10241&cs_id=1024101&p_id=6026&seq=1&format=2
Now if both decks don't have the same connectors you can get cables with different connectors on each end. You can find them at the same place as the above link.
Once you determine what cable you need you pretty much just need to connect them based on the color coding of the cables and inputs on the components.
First try a good quality dvd cleaner. If that does not cure the problem then the video cable may have went bad. I had a system that the cables were never touched & after a few years it needed replaced in order to get my picture back. Hope this helps & please take a moment to rate my answer. Thanks.
Is the picturejust snow or no picture at all? Most cleaning tapes won't work if the heads have been clogged up because of a bad tape. A professional cleaning and alignment may be in order here. Can you clarify the lack of picture please?
It sounds like you have the "progressive scan" mode enabled. This changes the order that the scan lines (each horizontal line) is sent to your TV. When this setting doesn't match what your TV expects, you get this effect.