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2 things usually cause this kind of behaviour
1-the dvd+r have been burnt at a high speed
2-the dvd player itself is a bit old
when you burn your dvd+R always burn them at a lower speed lowest if possible it'll take longer but it's well worth it and you wouldn't have a problem playing them back
when dvd players play up the first unit to burn out is always the audio point left or right to have a blow out in regards to the video output is not usual. either the output has been switched to cma or the video output has gone kaput
1.check your video cable between DVD and TV.
2.in back of dvd one yellow socket only for video out others for some other purpose.
3.open tray conditon .-go to system menu on Remote -go to general set up page-video set up -and switch of .progressive -in OFF-mode.
then try it for video play back
4 if not ok replace the video decoder ic.
I have a COBY DVD player TF-DVD7005 that hadn't been used in a while. When I charged the battery and the light went from red to green, nothing happens when I push play and the DVD doesn't spin. Could the battery be dead despite the green light and where would I get a new one?