When the player is powered up it has a fuzz in center square of screen. However i can play the dvd on passenger side and see the image on the drivers side where the fuzz isn't blocking it out. these are only a little over a year old. Installed by the Hummer dealer.
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Your problem is the firmware version. Contact Toshiba Tech Support 1-800-631-3811 they will send you a disk with a firmware update along with special instructions on how to update the unit. I had a similar problem and they send me the firmware version 1.013.
You may have probably turned on Closed Caption on your TV. Unhook the DVD player to find out if it disappears. If it disappears then Closed Caption is on on your TV. Turn off Closed Caption. If cannot find how, give me the brand and model of your TV.
those feature specially TEXT is who creates that square. was created for original programers to allow broadcasters send signals. Is not used for anyone. that squre is the empty space to write down a note. as i said not needed there TURN IT OFF. refer to your users manual to get easiest to this area. and read more about it.
I have an upconverting 1080p extended detail DVD player.
I just started showing squares on the screen as the previews and movie plays but shows FBI warning etc OK.Is the player ready for the "heep"? I just had it cleaned.
I read your symptom this morning and it sounds like you might have a tracking problem. In order to confirm this problem remove the top cover. I would start by measuring the power supply voltages. Load a disc in the player and press play. See if there is any change in the voltage levels durring the time that the player starts acting up. Sometimes a faulty voltage regulator will cause this problem.
I hope this helps you.