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Re: koss dvd player kd 305
Make sure you dont have a disk in the tray.
Hit the Pal.ntsv button 2-3 times.
You will get the picture back.
If not, then you also hit the p.scan button.
Hit that button 2-3 times till you get the picture back.
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Maybe the dvd is st to pal/secam, and your tv is set to ntsc...look for the pal/seca/ntsc button in your remote control of dvd player and set the player to ntsc...tv recievers are set to ntsc by default if you are in asia...
You switched to PAL mode from NTSC or vice versa. Most DVDs will only output PAL or NTSC, not both. So even if the disc is region ffree, the fact that it's encoded in PAL (50hz) makes it appear like you describe - no vertical hold / black and white.
Some set top players [Apex, Phillips] will convert PAL to NTSC on the fly or vice versa.
yes , i can help,> open dvd tray, your player will go to menu but it will be jumping so look to bottom of screen to tell what function you are in. scroll down till you see "display lets you display picture etc." when you see this at bottom of screen hit enter and and hit bottom arrow you will see pal/ntsc option hit enter again and your picture will return to normal good luck.
You might want to reset to factory defaults, but there is an error in the manual. In order to reset to factory defaults, turn on (with no disc inside), DO NOT OPEN THE DISC TRAY, just press the stop button on the player for 5 seconds.
There can one of two problems here. Either your DVD player's output is set to NTSC and you are attempting to play it through a PAL (European) TV, or you are perhaps using the SVHS output incorrectly. The solution is to access the player's setup menu and ensure the video output is set to your standard (PAL or NTSC). Hope this helps!