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When I was on set up menu with the remote I changed in Scan I think it is in NTSC and PAL may be. Now this player con not give out pictures but sounds only. What can I do to restore this. On the screen of my TV there is nothing.

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Look for a button on the remote control that says 'video output, video output mode', or something similar. If this doesnt work. Make sure its properly hooked up. Of that still doesnt work, get out the old dusty manual and take alook at how to change this. if it gives youa graphical pic in the book on how to do it, follow the pic by counting the rows and pressing the button on the remote. Or if there is a way to restore factory defaults do it,

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