CyberHome producrs are **** , bloody wates of money. Can't eve nget a response from th company. NO SUPPORT.
I wrtie to company and I am reffertrerd elsewhere.
I bought my product at WalMart. Since this prob.. I have not even shopped there.
When I was a young fart, all my shooping was from Akron or Pier 5. Now that I am older.... I am learning that when you buy cheap, you get cheap.
That all bros forcomments and support.
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Re: DVD Player problem
These units have had some problems with power supplies. They actually
changed power supplies once that I know of. This is probably the
problem. If you know any electronics repair people they should be able
to repair the power supply unless it has also damaged other components.
While it looks like it's getting power because the LED is lit, it may
not be getting enough to run any more than the LED.
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this shows that the microprocessor in the motherboard seems to be defective hence its advisable to reprogramme or change the entire motherboard then programme again. this will completely provide the solution
This DVD player needs to be taken or sent in to a service center for a complete testing and analysis for component failure. The unit has lost some or all of its command and control functions due to component failure.You can call the Phillips customer support at this telephone number 1-888-744-5477. Give them the model number of you DVD player and they will tell you how to get service for it. I hope this information helps you with your problem.
I had this same problem with my Apex AD-500W DVD Player. I decided
since everyone said the player basically needed to be replaced it
wouldn't hurt to go through the buttons on the remote just to try and
figure it out......I DID!!!! I turned on my DVD Player, inserted a
disc, turned on my tv
and then hit the SYSTEM Button right below the power button until the
screen said MULTI and the machine started working perfectly. There are
3 settings in that button, PAL which made my screen go crazy, NTSC ( i
have no clue) and MULTI(this one made it work)! Hope it also works for
all of you!!!
Try increasing the contrast. If that doesn't work, then make sure your input is on the correct setting. Press the input button and wait for a picture to load (about 5 seconds each) while trying to play a DVD. Also, make sure that the backlight is enabled. If you take it out into the sunlight and you are able to see a faint image of the movie on the screen, then you need to turn your backlight on. Most likely an option in the main menu, but it may also be caused by a broken sensor that senses when the player is closed and turns the backlight off, but also turns it back on when the player is opened.
I have the 7 inch monitor but my manual says: "If you feel bright unsuitable during playback, press MONITOR button to select bright adjustment and press + or - buttons until moderate bright is available." If that doesn't work you may have stumbled on the reason the company is no longer in business. They sold crappy stuff.
You might need to adjust the settings by pressing the LCD button then using the up/down/left/right arrows on the player or remote to change color or brightness. If this doesnt work, your screen might be shot. There isn't much you can do if thats the case.