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I have a xtremevision car dvd receiver and everytime i load a dvd in it keeps coming up to a blue screen but i can hear the dvd playing but i can't see anything

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If you are getting a blue screen when you try to play the dvd, try this. Hit the input button on the tv remote. A list of items will come up. Hit the input button again and again until you reach the item on the list that says AV. Your dvd should then play just fine. One last thing. Once you get the dvd to play the parental code setting may come up. It says something like the parental code has been set. Select yes. It will ask you for a password. The password is 1369. You should have no problems.
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hi sounds like its not reading your discs. try giving the dvd a clean and maybe try the DVD cleaning disc.

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