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As soon as I turn the Kawasaki DVD player on, no logo display. Just wavy lines like that of the tv's displaying the rolling horizontal lines.

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You may need to isolate the problem. Double-check the connection and make sure that the cable is properly connected to the TV.

You may want to swapping the inputs to eliminate the possibility that there is a problem with the video input used by the DVD player.

Or, try power cycling the DVD by turning it off, unplug the power cord from the wall outlet, then turn it back on after 5 minutes.

Try also connecting it into different TV.

If you get the same problem, you may need to bring it to the authorized repair shop for the second opinion or for possible repair.

Hope it helps and have a great day!

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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