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Blue screen no picture

We've had the DVD player for more than a year now. We'
ve had no problems with it before. My brother in law borrowed the DVD player and when he returned the player, it won't play the DVD movies anymore. When we play a DVD/Movice, the screen on the TV is blue however we can hear the audio on the TV.

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