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DVD/VCR Troubleshooting I set up my DVD/VCR correctly and all that will show is a blue screen. I don't think any of the cables are in the wrong places... I have a Toshiba TV and use DirecTV so I have a satillite box.

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  • killgowie Apr 02, 2008

    cannot see or enter the menu ever since i went and used the (tv resolution)

    from 480p to 480i the screen whent blue and i cant go back to change annything when i use the other remote (tv) and shuttle through the input selector i get a distorted glimps of the dvd but that's it nothing els



    The dvd remote seems to run fine i can open close stop start but no menu

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