I have an Audiovox D1210 TV/DVD that we have plugged into our cable in the house. We have not moved it in months! This a.m. was watching the news and turned it off. Came back later and no picture, just aqua blue screen, but can hear the TV shows. Cable is firmly plugged in as well as the electrical plug. Any suggestions?
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You can try to reset the DVD player to factory setting. Go to the set up main page. Highlight preferences and press enter. Go to the defaults setting and press enter. This will reset the DVD player to the original factory settings. If this does not solve you problem you can call the Audiovox customer support telephone number. 1-800-645-4994 Give them the model number of your DVD player and tell them the problem you are having with it. They will be able to tell you how you can obtain service for your problem. I hope this information helps you with your problem.
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That will be the screen driver chip faulty or even the luminance set too high. Try turning the brightness down and if there's a dark picture it's the chip, if not maybe even the flexi strip from the base to screen.
It is best to use a yagi antenna. It is highly directional, but if direction is in right way, it will give you best clarity picture. The signal strength will be greater than other type of antennas. OK.
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If you are still under warranty try calling audiovox customer support at this telephone number 1-800-645-4994. Give them the model number of you dvd player and tell them the problem you are having with the dark screen. If you are not under warranty, You can still call them and ask them where to get service for bad power inverter or a bad back light problem. If they cannot help you you can go to this website http://www.lcdparts.net/Default.aspx They do all kinds of LCD repairs and also have a technical help telephone number. 1-877-870-0581. Give them a call and tell them the name of your dvd player and the model number and see if they can help you get repair service for it. I hope this information will help you with your problem.
Audiovox code hack For DVD player D1210 1. power on
3. in setup digit 9653
4. go to new menu VERSION
5. in region use UP/DOWN to change region
6. power off and power on
I hope this information helps you with your problem
Are you still under warranty with this product? Have you tried to reset the DVD Player to the factory settings. You can do this by opening up the menu and on the main page highlight preferences and press enter.Now go to the default setting and highlight it and press enter. This will reset the DVD player to the original settings.If this doe not solve your problem you can call Audiovox customer support at this telephone number. 1-800-645-4994. Give them the model number of you DVD player and tell them the problems you are having. They will be able to tell you how to get the unit serviced. I hope this information helps you with your problem.
We bought this player almost 5 years ago, and have the same problem. When we called audiovox at the time they told us that it was because some of the dvd mnufacturers had changed the format/technology in which they recorded the dvd programs. The biggest problem was with the Disney dvd's. Also, that they did not have any software upgrades at that time to upgrade the player. We used it for a while with the hit and miss movies that it would play, and then finally shelved it and bought a minivan with a preinstalled dvd player. Very rarely use the audiovox now. I am surprised; however, that after 5 years they would still have the same problem and have still not yet upgraded the software in this player. Good luck.