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Dvd player isn't working properly

Plays audio ok but video is slow and jerky

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Hi,

The most common issue associated with this is the incorrect placement of the wiring with reference to the input on the tv. Simply put, ensure that the colours of the cables are the same with the points in the tv or monitor that you're putting them into.

Good luck, if you need more assistance let me know

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