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Problem with vertical hold.

Accidently put a Walgreen photo CD into DVD player. attempted to play it, obviously touched the wrong button on remote, caused vertical hold to go haywire. Not sure how to correct this.DVD player is now not viewable. Haveremoved wrong cd, inserted regular dvd, turned off, unplugged connections etc.. DVD will play but the vertical hold problem persists. Picture continues to roll. HELP!!

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With your control push the set up button and on TV Output choose NTSC and Video Output choose S- Video.

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