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It sounds like you've activated the p-scan or progressive scan. If you're connected to your TV using yellow, red, and white cables and the pscan gets activated, it cause the exact problem you're having. PSCAN is only to be used when you connect a DVD player to a TV using component cables which are red, blue, and green.
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Unfortunately, there is nothing you can do about a problem like you're describing. The unit needs to be repaired or exchanged. If you're still within the warranty period, (the original warranty from the manufacturer or an extended warranty you purchased from the retailer) contact the relevant party to arrange repair or an exchange.
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My sincerest apologies. I was not made aware that you posted a direct request for assistance. It was only by chance that I saw your post.
To your concern should you still require information; most units would have a yellow, red and white connectors commonly called RCA. What is required then is a triple RCA to RCA connector as shown below. The yellow is normally connected to the video, while the red & white are for the R & L of the audio. An identical set would be on the rear of the TV unit henceforth the connection would be OUT from the KLH DVD 221 to the IN of the TV.
In some instances, a single cable is used to connect some models to the TV. This is called an RF patch cord and would look sonething like below. This would come form the RF OUT of the player to the RF/CABLE/ANT IN of the TV. Pls make sure that the style/form fits your units.
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Prompted by your email, I came back to the site, & read the Q/A, & saw that I should search for the product. When I found it, I saw that some else had the same problem, and they had a solution ( http://www.fixya.com/support/t115642-locked_dvd_tray )!
This must be a duplicate post. And because I'm not sure which one you'll check I'll just post the answer here too...
Diamond vision is a little pickey with handing out their code access. And Rogers doesn't have a whole lot about accessing components like DVD players. But try this:
1. Turn on DVD player
2. Press the AUX button at the top of the remote
3. Press and hold the SETUP button until the LED light blinks twice.
4. Press 9-1-1 in sequence, the LED will blink twice again.
5.Aim the remote at the DVD player and slowly alternate pressing POWER and AUX. Stop when DVD turns off.
6. Press SETUP to lock the code in memory.
It may take several minutes of alternating between POWER and AUX to find the appropriate code - be patient...
If after ten minutes you haven't got it try programming it as a VCR - steps 1 through 6 above and substitute VCR for AUX..