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How do I turn off the progressive scan on my XBV342 Dvd Player

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  • Anonymous Jul 09, 2008

    We were having no luck getting a DVD to play (kept getting a black screen), so were pushing buttons on the remote. We pressed the progressive scan option (not knowing what the heck that meant) and now we can't turn it off! Nothing we've tried works and we can't find the manual. HELP!!

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Hold the stop button on the DVD itself for 5 seconds.

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