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If you want to play it on your tablet and view on your tv. If you do not have a smart tv you can do it but you need a chromecast . About 30 bucks at best buy . Plugs into your hdmi in back of your tv. I highly recommend it because you can do so much with it. You havr to download an app on your tablet or even your phone! Way cool. Once you set it up you can view anything on your tv that your seeing on your phone. Pictures movies even play music! Its called casting and that little chromecast thing makes any tv a smart tv. Obviously you need Internet as well. But you can open netflix youtube even your personal pictures or Facebook right on your tv. And if you have a nice sound system on your tv you can jam out by casting music. Takes a little info but set it up once and your good to go!
You will have to eliminate things first. Take a DVD and plug it in to the television on the same input that you are seeing the lines. If you are still seeing the lines then you are down to the video card or the input jack on the TV. If the lines are gone then you need to check out the cables going into the tv and you need to plug your source into another tv to see if you can duplicate the problem on another tv. If you do all of this and still have the problem then repost and we can move onto the next steps.
I assume by a blue line you are seeing a seeing a single line left to right across the screen. If this is the case it is a failure in the vertical deflection circuitry. There is no simple repair as a part or parts have failed. In the event of a "power surge" there could be a number of components affected. The unit would really need to be diagnosed by a competent technician. I have worked on many of this model and they are certainly repairable, but probably need two people to move it as they are very heavy as you know. I would get an estimate on the repair and make a decision based on that.
1. Connect your VCR to your TV. (Using Antena cable or RCA cables.)
2. From your DVD player, choose the AUDIO VIDEO OUT. Then, connect that to your VCR's LINE IN jacks.
(*)Your DVD player has 3 jacks coming out. Yellow-video, White- Audio Left and Red- Audio Right.
If you VCR does not have the RED jack. Go to a radio shack and tell on of the sales person taht you need to connect 2 RCA audio outs to 1 RCA audio in. (He/ She will give you a "2RCA Male to 1RCA Female" splitter)
3. Finally, play your DVD, put your VCR channel in TV and most important select the LINE channel in your VCR. (This channal may called as L1, Line,... etc)
You should be seeing the DVD in your TV now.
If you want to play the VCR, just put the casset and play.
Important- The VCR needs to be powered on in order to the DVD signals to go to the TV.
Some cameras dont - did yours ever?
Personally I prefer the viewfinder to peering at a screen especially in the bright light.
But check out your manual for this - usually there is a more comprehensive manual as a PDF file on the CD>
What is wrong with your monitor is that the Horizontal section is going faulty, the lines you are seeing are the Horizontal Retrace lines, usually invisable in a working unit. It is often a faulty capacitor(s) OR a Diode breaking down.. in the area of the Flyback Transformer. Probably time for a new one unless ya can fix it yaself.