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Audio fine but I press a button on the remote and lost video

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  • Steve Olin Feb 04, 2010

    Toshiba DVD Video Player purchased in 2006 model #sd3990su

    I purchased this unit to watch dvd's in region 2 format

    It works perfect until I pressed the wrong numbers and/or letters on the units remote

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# Using the remote control press:
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# {VIDEO} and {AUDIO} steps along through the adjustments, and {+} {-} does the adjusting.
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* Then use {VIDEO} or {AUDIO} buttons to enter two different groups of adjustments.
* {VIDEO} and {AUDIO} steps along through the adjustments, and {+} {-} does the adjusting.
* Press the {ENTER} button to save the change.
* Press the {MENU} button twice to exit service menu.
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