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Reset dvd player

How do i reset the player, aspect ratio 16:9 is not working properly

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    Dave Mar 18, 2014

    I don;t what went wrong but the DVD player is a LG DVX492H

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The player works off the source..the 16:9 is a function of source and your tv display (usually denoted as "wide" key on the remote)

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