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No Audio/Video output with DVDs

I have suddenly lost all video and all DVD audio output from my 3910 (I cannot even display the setup menu on video monitor). But I can output audio signals from CDs. I am using D-Link (v3) for the audio and RCA interconnects for the video, and all of the panel indicator lights show normal function. I've triple-checked the setup, and everything seems to be correct. The problem does not lie with my surround sound receiver or with my video monitor since I can produce audio and video from other sources. Why would I be able to get audio over D-Link from a CD but not from a DVD, and why no video from the player of any kind? I've used the player for a year with no issues--this showed up out of the blue.

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  • Anonymous Nov 29, 2007

    I have a Denon 3910 and I can't play any discs at all! I've tried multipul DVD's and CD's but all I get is a blank screen and a message saying loading. The bloody thing is trying to deceive me as it's not loading at all, I've waited up to 15 mins and nothing happens. I've gone through the manual in detail and all the set up menu's over and over again, just in case there is some obscure little setting I over looked. I first noticed this problem a few months ago. It only used to show it's face with a handful of DVD's, but now it doesn't seem to play anything at all. I'm really pissed off as I take pride in doing lots of research before I buy a product. This player seemed like a little gem at the time. I payed $2000AU and my play station does a more consistent and reliable job at a fraction of that price!! :-( Not happy!

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