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Koss KS5190 Display mode stuck

I accidentally changed the display from "TV Image" to "PAL/NTSC" in the Display menu and now the picture is rolling/flipping. The user manual is no help. Is there some way to change the setting back to the way it was before? Thanks!

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  • Anonymous Dec 16, 2007

    I am having the same problem. My picture is rolling/flipping. How do I fix

    the problem?

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I'm not ranked and I'm not a Guru, but I can solve this picture rolling when the problem is "the video was accidently changed from NTSC to PAL and you can't see what your doing to get it back". You will need the remote control unit. First, remove the disc from the tray. Now, turn the unit off with the power button. The tray will close by itself. After the display on the front of the unit goes out, turn the unit back on using the remote control. This will let you know the remote control unit is working. When the power comes back on and the display on the front of the DVD player says, "NO DISC", with the remote control and (very important) while pointing the remote at the player, (Remember to point the remote before pressing any buttons) press the "Down Arrow" button 3 times. This will take you to the "Display" box. Now, press the "Right Arrow" button 1 time. This will take you to the "TV Image"box. Now, press the "Down Arrow" 1 time, this will take you to the "PAL/NTSC" box. If you have done everything as I have tried to clearly lead you blindly to your destination. Press the "OK" button 1 time and the picture on the screen will stop rolling and change from black & white to color. You will have now changed your video output from PAL to NTSC. If you press "OK" again, it will start to roll again. If this did not take care of your problem, turn the player off and try it again.
The previous problem solvers were on the right track, but the track was rough and they just about derailed the train. Thanks to them, I had a track to follow. I had no other information, except what I found on "Fixya.com". MR. CD

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All you have to do is disconnect the componet cable or s video and connect the regulard video cable and you shoud get a picture to change it. or whlie the dvd try is out, press the down arrow on ur remote 4 time the right push, then down 1 and push to the left and it shoulg change back.

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