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Koss ks4102 pal/ntsc output

My unit was switched from NTSC position to PAL now all i have is ablack screen. how do i get it switched back to NTSC.
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  • ecarrionjr Dec 18, 2008

    I had the same problem , had to use the remote control and reset to Factiry mode , found this solution on the internet , dont remember where..

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Try to unplug the system for about 20min to see if it will reset the system

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