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How to reset DVD? Doesn't show any picture. Pioneer vx-dv323

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SOURCE: How do I reset the DVD? There is no picture

For the manual, visit the following (there is a "download PDF file" at the bottom)...
http://docs.pioneer.eu/Manuals/XV_DV424_XRB3036_manual/?Page=1

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SOURCE: How do I reset my DVD? No picture showing at all.

The manual is at...
http://docs.pioneer.eu/Manuals/XV_DV424_XRB3036_manual/?Page=1

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