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Re: does show anything on the screen
If nothing shows on the screen, U may have a bad screen or video card in the machine. There really is no solution except to get it repaired if it is in warranty or taking it to a shop for repair, or buying a new unit
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I had this problem when trying to play Avatar and my player locked up. I'll assume you have a disk inside when this happens.
Try pressing the power button to turn it off, then turn it back on again but as it starts press the Open/Close button - you may have to do it twice because at the first press my BDP1500 says "CLOSE" then a second quick press will show "OPEN". Take the disk out, then try another disk. If it's a problem with trying to play a recent disk you should be ok until you try to play it again. Read up on updating your firmware, etc. Good luck.
Sorry for your loss. If he transferred everything using his Panasonic recorder, it is possible that he never finalized the discs to be played in other machines. If you still have the Panasonic, put the disc in and press the Functions button on the remote ---> choose Other Functions from the screen --> Disc Management --> Finalize your disc. This is one of many possible reasons but a good start. Good Luck - Tamara
How old is it?
Open it up and inspect the circuit board carefully for cracks.
TV makers use cheap, one sided circuit boards (meaning weak) that break easily. You are not supposed to drop them.
A cracked board can be repaired.
Of course it could be anything else.
My standard advice applies though:
My experiance is to not put money into a TV that is over ten years
old. TVs stress out their electronic components worse than almost
any other electronic product. After 10 years, there are so many
parts that are ready to fail that your are probably wasting your money
trying to get any more life out of it.