Question about Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi This is a common fault, and unfortunately, there is only a slim chance it can be economically repaired. I've seen it caused by an over-heating video processor I.C., but also a weak laser, where basically the laser looses it's place and the video processor "hangs" on the last frame of proper video. The good news about that, is that a dirty lense can cause the same symptom as a week laser due to trying to read through dust, so a cleaning could possibly clear up your problem. Now, it's a long shot, but there is also another scenario we often see. If you have an older tv, without A/V inputs, most people connect their DVD to the A/V inputs on their VCR, and change the source on the VCR to AUX. This works fine on some DVD discs that are not big budget films, so it will play some discs perfectly. As soon as you put in your favourite "Terminator" DVD, what you get is a perfect picture for a while then blue screen, then normal picture etc.This is due to copy protection built into the DVD. If you are indeed connected through a VCR, and your tv only has RF input, then you can buy an RF modulator from your local electronics store, and connect through it instead of the VCR. Good Luck!
Posted on Jul 21, 2006
This just worked for me. Don't know how long it will last though. I found it on this webpage
To do a reset:
On the remote control press the SETUP button,
Press the right key on the remote 3 times,
The Preference page will show up,
Press the down arrow five time to highlight
"default", hit right arrow to highlight "reset"
Press enter to reset. Turn off/on machine, etc.
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
You have to finalize the disc. if the disc goes to the end it will finalize the disc automatically. If there is some part of the disc not used you have to do it yourself. IN DVD MODE PRESS SETUP, THEN DISC EDIT, THEN FINALIZE. FINALLY PRESS YES. That should do it.
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
Go to sound menu of dvd player and select Stereo sound and if surround is enabled, disable it.
You can get help from user manual of dvd player.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
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