I was messing with the settings on my Dvd player, and now i have no video
I dont remeber what setting but it made me confirm what I was doing, and then I lost all of my video output and I cant go back to change the setting since I cant see what Im doing, does anyone have any idea what setting it was and how I can change it back. If you can help I THANK YOU IN ADVANCE.
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Re: I was messing with the settings on my Dvd player, and...
First of all what is the brand of your dvd and are you getting any sound.but there is a button on the remote that says recall if your remtoe has that button or similar push it that should bring on back your picture.good luck.you can email me at email@example.com with all your remote function then i will be able to help you, if, what i help you with now does not work good luck.
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Check video connections first. If previously working, confirm screen is in proper setting to allow play. Get small TV with RCA Video connectors and connect your DVD to small TV to confirm you have video coming out of player. if no video then it's your player. Replace player! If you have video then replace screen
It is now confirmed that your emerson is faulty. Please remove the connection open the set if there is no breach of warrranty- if new- and look inside. try and tighten all the connector points, the joints, the flat cords. check the leadds to the front panel and check for any breaks. Assuming this was working earlier and has failed now, then you will need to check on the display/ processor for failure. If aftera ll this check the light are staying on then you have a possible failure of the micro processor. confirm with a signal check, frequency oscillation and if not present replace. Helpful? Good day
Please recheck to confirm if the line fromthe parking switch is deactivating the player. open the connections and check for voltage, check if the car handbrake light are coming on while the handbrakes are on. if so is this connection comiing to the set. I am sure if you can cross over the connection the set will come back active. I dont think there could be any more fault unless the trigger to the processor has failed which incidentely you will have to remove and check within or bypass.I would still like to stick with the brake switch. check this out. Good day
Hi there Check your DVD players' settings/manual to ensure the HDMI port is the default output port. Also confirm that both audio and video are enabled on that HDMI channel as it can be separated to be only video or only audio in a lot of cases. Confirm you are at least getting video out from the DVD with a direct connection to your projector with the HDMI cable. If video is making it to the projector direct from the DVD, you will need to confirm your amp is monitoring the HDMI input if there isn't a specific input selection for it. Connect your DVD to the amp and your amp to the projector and test again that you are still getting video AT LEAST. This will help narrow down which device is not playing the HDMI game if you still have issues at this point. To sum up; Confirm HDMI is the default output from the DVD for both audio and video. Ensure you are getting video AT LEAST with a direct test to projector. Confirm your amp is monitoring the HDMI input coming from the DVD. Hope this helps.
I dont think so
the DVD palyer is playing the videos that means the Player is connected properly
i would suggest you to check the color settings
either of the DVD player
(you might find how to do this in the manual, would be easy)
else check wheather the color setting on your tv are not set to SCEAM on the video mode.
hope this helps otherwose please do post back
and pls dont forget to rate the solution
Remove any disc which may be in the player. Make sure that the player is "on" (green light is "on" at front of player). Hold the "stop" button for at least 5 seconds (square symbol on the player is the "stop" button). This will reset the player to the most basic of video settings. The yellow "video" jack at the back is the basic output for video. The red and white jacks are the basic sound outputs (right and left if in stereo). Good luck.