Question about Pioneer Televison & Video
Start by making sure you haven't switched your audio and video connections from the player to the TV (if you're connecting that way).
If the player is hooked up using an RF output to the TV's antenna jack, and you watch it on channel 3 or 4, try switching to the other channel. Most players today have only video and audio outputs, so this might not apply to yours.
If it's hooked up correctly and still has the trouble, there's a component problem inside. But with the low cost of DVD players today, it's less expensive to replace it than to have it repaired. (Most service places won't even offer repairs on DVD players. It's a complete waste of their time.)
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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