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Some DVDs fade in and out

Some store bought DVDs fade in and out every few seconds. While others work perfectly fine. In additon DVDs I make work fine. The DVDs that fade in and out work fine on other DVD players. Any suggestions?

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Re: Some DVDs fade in and out

If you have it hooked up through your VCR this will happen. Try hooking it directly to your TV.

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