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I searched everywhere i could think of for a manual or a diagram of the back of the player with no luck - any chance you can post back a photo of the back of the dvd player, then we can easily talk you through what to connect to what and what cables to use.
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I found a website for the remote you need. I need one too. Go to remotes.com and put your model number of DAV 3102 in the space. It will show you the original remote and a replacemet you can use. Kind of expensive but worth it to me.
Once the setting for Progressive Scan output is entered,
an image will only be visible on a Progressive Scan compatible
TV or monitor. If you set Progressive Scan to On in
error, you must reset the unit. Pointing the remote at the
player, press the STOP (x) button to stop any disc that is
playing. Next, press the STOP (x) button again and hold it
for five seconds before releasing it. The video output will
be restored to the standard setting, and a picture will once
again be visible on a conventional analog TV or monitor.
There are two options. If you already have a VCR, run the RCA cables(red, white, yellow; one audio OK) into the inputs at the back of the VCR and then the single "plug for cable" from the VCR out to the TV's input. You can also buy a device at any electronic store, and even at Big Lots, which does the same, but without the VCR, just the inputs and outputs.