Question about Goodmans DVD3000 DVD Player
I am having trouble playing videos on this machine. While the picture sorts itself out with the primitive auto tracking (eventually) The sound is barely audible no matter how high I put the TV's volume control, and there is no volume control on the video machine or it's remote. It is playing videos, but the sound may as well be mute. Help?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Goodmans tv/video/dvd all in one
Perfect picture on TV, DVD and VCR, but no color means you have selected the wrong color system.Since you are in the UK, make sure that the VCR Color system is also set to PAL. Perhaps it is wrongly set to SECAM?
Posted on May 12, 2007
SOURCE: mp4 player plz help
i have a problem!! In the begninng i will pluge it in the computer and it will make a noise, but now nuthing happing, It's not knowing that i have it in the computer wat to do?????
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
SOURCE: Goodmans Tv wont show dvds
Usually with DVD players, picture & no sound, or sound & no picture is caused by the scart lead not being plugged in properly.
Sound pins are at one end of the connector and audio pins at the other.
If you are using scart make sure that the plugs at both ends are pushed in all the way. The plastic part of the plug should just touch the socket.
If you are using S-Video (Round connector with 4 pins) you also need to connect a twin phono-phono (Red & Black or White) lead to carry the audio, as S-Video only carries video.
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
It is most likely the screen backlight. LCD TVs have thin fluorescent lamps and a part called an inverter board which is a transformer similar to a light ballast.
Inverters are typically a $50-100 part and are trivial for any technician to replace. The backlight lamps themselves tend to go pinkish when near the end-of-life, and are a low-cost part, but it requires a lot of work to change the lamps.
IF the LCD display itself is good, then the screen image should remain perfect and undistorted...if the backlight fails altogether, you should be able to see the image by shining a bright flashlight directly on the screen (only as a test, not as a long term solution, obviously :) )
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
Testimonial: "From what you say I think it is definitely the back light as the image is still clear and crisp. Many thanks for your help"
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