Question about Sampo DVE-R3 / MX-RS200 DVD Recorder
Hi You haven't included alot of details, but if you are connected through a VCR, then the copy protection on the DVD will cause that effect, or if you have accidentally connected your yellow video cable to one of the component video jacks on the back of the DVD player, or possibly you are trying to play a PAL DVD on an NTSC player. Those are the most common things we see when the average consumer has video problems, but sound is ok. Hope it's one of these, and not truly a video problem. Good Luck!
Posted on Aug 15, 2006
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