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I put it into progressive scan mode by accident

I tried all the resets i could find and none worked, are there any dip switches or anything inside the unit i can do to reset it to factory defaults?

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Jeff Roselli
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  • Anonymous Aug 09, 2008

    cannot get the panasonic tv to recognize the signal

  • Patrick Sourander
    Patrick Sourander Sep 08, 2008

    I also put my player in progressive scan mode and cannot get it out. I can't even see the screen to use the menu options. If you have a solution please email me at psourander@gmail.com

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