Just bought this dvd player, and installed it on my sons small tv, that has the video and sound plugs on the front of the tv ( yellow, and white). Everytime we play a dvd it goes from a good picture to a dark picture that sometimes jumps around. Can you help me?
On the remote control of the DVD player, just press the P-scan, reset or video SW button.. That would fix it...
If you have screen kumping problem then please try this following steps...
Press the setup
Down arrow once
Down arrow 1 time
Up arrow 1
It is not exactly all dvd players but usually it is the dvd player
it just has a malfuction in its picture output piece or the tv
could have something wrong in its picture or it could have a problem with compatabbilty anyway i recommend taking the dvd player
back and get another.
i hope this can help
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I hope you have at least 2 sets of RCA jacks for (1) the Dish receiver and (2) the DVD player. Run 2 sets of R/W/Y cables to the TV. Done. Or use S-video for a better picture instead of yellow.
If you only have one composite input on TV (possible) then either buy a 2-way or more switch for the composite signal (R=right sound W=left Y=composite or S-video instead of composite) or you can instead pass the signal through the DVD recorder on the RCAs but the DVD will be on whenever anything is on. I assume you do not have a Dish 111 with only RF output but the same could be done for just the wimpy RF, just different switch. So there will be 3 RCA cables from Dish to a recorder and 3 then to the TV. Since you do not have a recorder, then go back to the switch or find another TV input.
Ten years, hum, you may not have had composite/S-video inputs and would have to use RF only--you did not say what TV was.
Do any of you think is any worht to spend a penny more on this Protron PD-800 DVD player ? I have just throught it away. I have no more time to loose.
Please just forget it. I am not a repairmen. Nice to know somebody else is capable of fix it.
Try with this,with the disc tray empty turn on the dvd then push for 5 seconds the button stop.If this don't work connect to the tv on the video signal the y connector you got signal on black in white but you can see the menu to deactivate this function.Good luck.
I finally, after several months of just giving up, figured out how to get my Protron 007 DVD player to work. I hope this works for you. I have a Sanyo TV with the video controls on the front. Here are the instructions that worked for me.
1. Turn on TV
2. switch TV to video
3. Wait for "Protron" screen (Try the PSCAN button it doesn't show.)
4. Press setup and a menu will appear with 4 icons: Language, TV, a Hammer, and an Exit icon.
5. The only two icons I needed to use were TV and the Hammer.
6. TV icon: 4 choices: a) TV TYPE = choose 4.3 LB (mine was not set there); b) TV SYSTEM = NTSC; c) VIDEO = CBBS + S - video; d) DIGITAL OUT = SPDIF/RAW.
7. HAMMER icon: 4 choices: a) PARENTAL - 8; b) PASSWORD - I didn't choose one; c) ANGLE MARK: ON; d) DEFAULT: Read.
Suggestion: If that doesn't work trying playing around with the settings to see if you can get the right combination.
I hope I made your day. I know how frustrating this can be.