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Lost video output

Had DVD player hooked up to new plasma TV and all was okay. Picture a bit out of proportion so opened menu from DVD remote to change picture size. When I clicked to new size the video disappeared and I've not been able to get it back. Audio is fine. Do not have user manual.

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  • Norris MT Jan 04, 2008

    I tried the suggestion to unplug for 24 hrs. (in fact I went 48). No success. My machine is actually Koss Model KS4112. The remote does not have any of the N/P, pal, or ntsc buttons that were mentioned. Only a V-select. Tried that with no response. In fact, only the play, stop, pause, tray open, and power buttons seem to work. What next?

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You might have changed you settings for video type, PAL or NTSC or the letter box or 4:3 or 16:9 etc..

any way if your player contains a battery to retain settings unplug your player and remove the battery

if it doesnt have a battery unplug for 24 hrs,

you shold look at your remote for a button labeled P/N or N/P or ntsc/pal or pal/ntsc, or something close to that,

just press the button
if that dont work you can remove the batter and unplug for 24 hrs or if it dont have a battery just unplug for 24 hrs

IF THOSE DONT WROK POST YOUR PLAYER BRAND and MODEL i can advise you further then

Posted on Jan 02, 2008

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