I was recently watching a movie on my portable player and the colours went from normal to reverse (negative). for example, the yellow turned to blue, the white to black, the blue to yellow, etc. What could have caused this? is it repareable? Is it worth reparing?
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Check and replace all cable connections from the DVD player to TV. This can sometimes correct the 'colour-phase' error (for example, all-green or all-red).
On the other hand, if changing the cable connections doesn't solve this issue, then it sounds like a video problem within the player. This can only be investigated by a qualified technician in a fully equipped workshop - take the player into them - get a quote (on the actual problem(s) and possible repair cost(s) involved) before making a decision to go further, this is not a consumer-repairable situation. The cost of the repairs (if you go ahead with their quote) may or may not be expensive. Up to you.
I assume your normal TV channels are the correct colour. If so, get the player checked. Or if it is going to be too expensive to fix, consider replacing the player as new Blu-Ray players are becoming cheaper nowadays while repairs to DVD players become more expensive/uneconomical. If not, then the TV is the problem, get that checked by a technician.
Panasonic DVD players are generally reliable units overall. An unusual fault you describe. Generally these players fail to read discs.
Please check weather the DVD which your inserted i supported by the player.?
If someother movies plays then the problem is with the DVD which your inserted.The DVD might have not burnt in correct formatt.
Possibly you just need a new power supply/battery charger.
There is nothing "magic" about the original power supply.
Take the player into an electronics supply shop. They should be able to look at it and match
Power requirement (milliWatts or Watts)
Polarity (center of plug positive or negative)
It sounds like you have a circuit overloading. But, is this one of the Durabrand models that have been recalled by Durabrand/Wal-Mart? They recalled most or all DVD players built since 2006 because they have a tendency to overheat and catch fire. Look into it by calling your local Wal-Mart.
There are specific models that have auxillary monitors that will be powered from the main unit. Unfortunately if its not configured with an auxiliary unit there isn't a way to chain two portable units together.
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