Watching dvd of Newsradio, picture started to look like a painting in motion, so I shut it off. When turned on again, green lines appeared across the screen, so I shut it off again. When turned on for the third time, there was no picture or audio. I've tried starting it up on other televisions, but with the same result. Do I grin and bear it, and save up for a new system, or is there something that can be done to save it?
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Choppy Video? What do you mean choppy video? Is the video starting and stopping rather than playing continuous? If so, either you need more memory or the site you are watching the video from is slow. Also sometimes you line speed on the computer might be slow if you are watching the video online.
How does the video play if you played a DvD in your computer? If it plays the DvD without stalling, then your problem is more than like the site you are watching or the line speed as you stream the video.
Thanks for using FixYa. Make sure
the Red and White wire is connected into your TV “AUDIO IN” and the Red and
White wire is connected into the L & R. Also check that the DVD player
Audio setting Analog Out is set to “2 Channel” and the TV is turned to the
correct Video line (AV Input/Video Input 1,2,3.etc). Once your TV is turned to
the correct video line, you should see the “COBY” logo and it will work
normally. If still the issue persists, then you’ll need to reset the DVD Player
for which you’ll need to follow these steps---
Using the DVD player remote
control: Open the Tray and press the “PROG” button and then press the “ZOOM”
Once the above procedure is
performed the tray will be closed which means the DVD player has been reset
back to the factory default settings.
Please do accept the solution if
the issue is resolved or else revert for further assistance.
the green wire is the "parking brake wire" which is supposed to go to the cars e-brake wire that grounds with it is engaged. this is a safety feature to keep you from watching video while driving. if you would like to watch videos while in motion. you will need to put a toggle switch on this wire.... one wire from the switch to 'Ground/metal chassi or black wire behind the radio , the other side of the switch to the liight green wire. it will act like your ebrake switch therefor allowing you to watch video while in motion.
If the screen works for a short while and then completely fails once the TV warms up you have a problem with the main unit video board or the LCD control logic board. Most often if the picture cuts out but audio continues to work the logic board is over heating and should be replaced. However if the picture cuts out and audio shuts off as well then its your video input board.