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I want to set up my dav-fr10w to 'interlace' option so i can play the dvd's on my tv, but it's set to 'progressive' right now and the instruction manual doesn't give the specific information to change it. My remote says 'progressive' on the top left and has a little button next to it, but it looks nothing like the remote in the manual. Right now i get a double screen black and white picture because it's set up under the 'component video/progressive' setting but i want to use the 'svideo/interlace' or just the regular yellow video cable to watch dvds.

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Hi,
To cancel Progressive scan output or to change output to interlace signal format, follow these steps..

1- Select DVD by pressing Function button on unit.
2- While holding down |<< (review) button, press Function button on unit.

This will change output signal to interlace/ composite video output from yellow pin/ S-Video.
Hope this info will help you.
Thanks.

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