I have just purchased a 60" DLP Mitsubishi TV and I am unable to locate or find a store that actually sells a mitsubishi DVD player...I am very big on labels matching and I am lost at this point...can you possibly direct me in the right direction for finding one for me??? I have google'd it and was able to find a "Mitsubishi DD 4030 and 6040" I am not sure if i have the numbers right but its something like that...are these compatible parts and if so, where can I get them???
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If your 60 inch TV is a "smart TV", you need to go to setup and enter your router's identification number. If it is not a "smart TV" you need to add a streaming media box (such as Roku or similar product) or "smart DVD" player with Wi-Fi feature to your system.
At the back of your tv you will see a lot of connectors try to look for audio video in it has a label AV1 in or AV2 in etc. choose what slot you want to use and when using the DVD set your tv on what slot you use, example AV1 in set your tv to AV1 using your remote control. Good day and best regards.
You should be able to do a channel search and come across the inputs either at the upper end or the lower end of the channel search. Using the channels on the TV itself, not cable or satellite, scroll through the channels until the desired input is found. Once on the desired input open the DVD player and insert a DVD and close the drawer. The DVD should start to play automatically. When it gets to the place on the DVD to actually "play movie" press the select/enter button on the remote. As for the replacement remote I would get a universal remote. They are far fairer in price than an original replacement remote and every bit as reliable. Just make sure to take the model of your TV/DVD player with you to make sure the remote you purchase is compatible. You probably need to go no further than your local hardware store or department store. Save on the shipping too. However if you are set on getting the original remote here is a place http://www.orion.newremotecontrol.com/catalog_item.php?catnum=076R0DT090 they also sell a few generic remotes for a few dollars less.
The tv projection lamp have problems,it shorting out some how.That why,u have a dim picture.Tries websites like Partstore.com,Ebay.com to buy a new projection lamp for the replacement.New tv,call mitsubishi for a warrenty repair.
Hey Maharatha, In order to use this DVD player overseas, a foreign voltage converter may be all that you need to ensure that it functions properly. Many major retailers (including your local Best Buy™ store) should sell 240V to 120V voltage converters, but the brands available and product pricing may vary from store to store location. If you would prefer to avoid looking for a voltage adaptor, remember that Best Buy™ stores do offer a 30-day return and exchange period for all DVD players we sell. Once beyond this point however, we would be unable to take the product back. Additionally, please keep in mind that the vast majority of electronics that are sold within the United States will be designed to function using a 120V/60Hz electrical current. While some products may exist that are able to support both the U.S. and Indian electrical standards, it cannot be guaranteed that your local store will carry such an item in stock. Hope this helps you out. Sincerely, Aaron Go Ahead. Use Us.
Hi lynnjunell, I regret to hear you are having trouble with the Insignia® DVD player you purchased. It is possible that the problem is with the DVD, even if it plays in other units.I would recommend first clean the DVD carefully to remove any residue or debris that may be on the disc.If this is still happening on multiple discs and cleaning does not help, I would recommend brining in the unit to your local Best Buy™ store to be checked out by the Geek Squad® precinct.If you are unable to locate your sales slip, the store may be able to assist if you recall some specific information surrounding the purchase.You may also call 1-888-BEST BUY (1-888-237-8287) for assistance in locating your purchase information for warranty purposes. Thank you, Jason, Go Ahead.Use Us.
Hi this is an easy problem to solve depending on where you live you need to go into a big store that sells diy stuff like paint electric lights flooring you know the bigger diy stores. Now they sell ac adaptors that have a lot of connectors that fit onto the end of it you usually get about 10 different sized fittings to fit loads of devices also with these is the plug now the plug itself has a switch on it than you can choose wht voltage you need. I brought one 3 days ago for my playstation 2 i couldnt find one anywhere with the right end on they was either to big or to small but on going to a big diy store like i went to B&Q if you have this store go their they stock these plugs but any hardware store or big diy store will stock these also electrical retailers that sell things like tellys door lock door bells things like diy associated now i paid £10 uk sterling its about $20 dollare but was cheaper than paying £30 for originall adaptor. So goto these stores and look what they sell you need to check the volt of the dvd player and also the amp as you have to match these so that it works this should be printed on bottom of dvd player write this down and take it with you for referance but you should have no problem locating on as their are loads about ok let me know if you need further assistance ok