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I have a black screen on my sony dvp fx 720,sound is ok and the connection to the tv works fine.

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Pls.post me the solution for my dvd player on which the screen is black sound is ok and the connection to the tv works fine.my email address . pp2240@yahoo.com

Posted on Feb 24, 2010

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