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Howto go back to Interlace mode

During a set up I mistakely switched from Interlace to Progressive and now I do not have any image on my TVscreen coming from the YAmakawa player And of course since I do not see anything I cannot go back to the Intyerlace mode .Otherwise it would be easy
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  • steveannett Aug 28, 2008

    Can anyone give me a flow chart on how to go back to interlace as the manual does not offer it. or a proper discripition.

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Thanks a lot ..it is the right solution

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Ok what u do is use coumpount caBLE OUT FROM DVD TO TV to see the pic back ok its going out the red green blue cable outs what happend when u did this ok try unpluging it for wile then back it may reset it if not take to store best buy they will hook it up to coummpunt cables then switch that output back to interlace ok thx nick

Posted on Feb 06, 2008

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* From the user manual (pages 50-51 of the pdf document):

About progressive scan video
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