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Have a sony avd /k600p and it will not get out of the progressive scan mode

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SOURCE: Progressive Scan Mode

Per manual, with DVD selected and stopped, press and hold p/scan button on remote for 5 seconds to switch between pscan and interlace mode.

Posted on Nov 12, 2007

SOURCE: turn off progressive scan mode

So suggestion but thank you so much! Our dvd player has been on progressive scan mode for over a month and we didn't know how to fix it. Thank you, thank you!

Posted on Aug 02, 2007

SOURCE: Progressive Scan

Hold the stop button for about 10 seconds. The other thing to do is move the video out cable at the back of the DVD to one of the component outs (there are three of them one for each color rgb) you will be able to read the menu again. turn off progressive scan and reconnect the video cable to dvd out

Posted on Mar 29, 2008

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SOURCE: Cannot remove progressive scan mode

I turned on the dvd player and pressed down on the play button and counted to 10, but before I got to 10 the progressive light went of and the image on my tv set came back on.

Posted on Mar 29, 2008

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SOURCE: CAN'T GET PROGRESSIVE SCAN MODE OFF SCREEN, WHAT'S THE FIX?

I removed the disk, turned on the devise, made sure it was in DVD mode and held down the stop button for 30 seconds. It finally went away and my old DVD screen came back. Yee Hah!

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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