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Re-programming I was re- installing my speakers and changed something I am not sure. Right now my DVD machine is scrolling and I cannot get it to stop. I have no color also as I did before. I cannot get to the menu as it keeps scrolling. I have tried unplugging it and still the same. It is a Koss dvd/cd/mp3 . I cannot find my manuals?

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Your dvd player is in progressive mode. there may be a switch on the back or front that says p mode or progressive or something to that effect. you need to take it out of progressive mode.

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