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No screen display while DVD plays

We were able to use our portalbe COBY dvd7005 successfully in the past, but now when we load a DVD and push play, we can hear the DVD but the screen remains blank. Any ideas on how to fix this? We tried to puch the LCD button to change the contrast, but still get only a black screen. Thanks!

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  • Anonymous Feb 24, 2008

    Will play DVD and can hear the sound but I have no picture.

  • laura cupps May 29, 2008

    Same thing happening to us. Please help!!!

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Hi all

I had a similar problem with Coby dvd 7500 the screen was faint almost black but could hear the movie sound. I cleaned the lens as suggested but it didnt resolve the problem.

I tired to rest the player by removing the power supply cord and the battery for 30 mins as suggested in the manual but that also didnt work. What I did was left the player without battery and the power cord overnight and it did start working in the morning!!

This worked for me and hope works for you guys too...

All the best.

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Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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