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Screen is blank sound is there

I have tried all connection possibilties red,white &yellow, s-video and composite cables. It all began when I was trying to set up the dvd to play on a hd ready tv. Is there a system reset besides the one described in the manual. I cannot get to the set up screen to start over

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Sorry, only one reset.

Posted on Jul 14, 2010

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