Question about Televison & Video
The screen is blue with no signal on it. There is a dvd in the player which I am unable to play or even eject. Was working fine yesterday. As this is a built in dvd player there are no cables to check
DVD unit has gone to dvd heaven. Not cost effective to repair. See if you have inputs so you can use an external player.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: blue screen with HDMI
Check the power supply modular cable connection that is by itself in the upper right corner. On the one my son-in-law has the double yellow jumper wire that connects to this plug in two locations was loose (not properly inserted) in the modular connector and had worked it way out.
Posted on Oct 26, 2007
SOURCE: dvd player
SOME dvd players have a small hole in the front... just large enough for an opened up paper clip to fit into. If yours has this, unplug your machine and insert an unfolded paper clip into this hole and gently press the mechanical eject switch. If you don't have this feature, your only hope is to disassemble the bottom of your set and spin the eject motor by hand to remove your disk.
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
You have to switch the Television to the correct input line. This can be done by pressing an Input, or AV of function button on the television remote control.
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
Hey, I had this problem on Thanksgiving Day, trying to watch a dvd on my mother's HDTV. You should be able to hook up most standard dvd players to hdtvs. First you have 3 cords, mine were red, yellow, and white. The connections go as follows:
Audio| Component. The white cord should be in a white audio slot. The yellow cord should be in a yellow component slot (video) and the red cord should be in a red video component slot labeled Pr/Cr. Make sure you match the component numbers. For instance, if you want to use component one, then hook all of the cords into the slots for component one. Most hdtvs have multiple component hookups ( think multiple "channels" for your game system, dvd player, etc) so it's important that the corresponding cords go to the correct component slots.
Match the yellow and white cords to the appropriately colored slots. The red cord should go into the slot labeled component video out Cr/Pr. Not the red audio out. This worked for me. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
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