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Re: Daewoo DVG9200N split screen in black&white - How...
Your dvd has been set on component vidoe output mode that need to be turn Off
or its System selection got wrong, procedure would be written in user manual of dvd player about how to change it, however, there are two buttons at end of remote, V-Mode and System. Press V-Mode few times to select correct video output mode of dvd player. Press System button on remote to select correct system video output so tv can show you correct picture. Hope these info will solve your problem. Thanks.
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Your issue is caused but the logic control to the menus displays being "Stuck".
You can try this simple fix before following up with my next suggestion; if the first doesn't work.
Unplug power to this TV and pull the batteries from your remote for 15 minutes. Afterwards, put the batteries back in and plug the TV back in. If the picture is normal, "Yea! We win."
If the picture returns with the "Dark Menu" you will have to have the tuner control board replaced.
You have the Chanel Finder activated, usually a small switch on back, or somewhere it is used to give a "Pilot Signal" so the TV set can be tuned.to that signal, after you find it, you turn it OFF on the VCR. Or maybe the remote, check in your manual.
Give this a try. Using your user's manual, locate the "Configuring your recorder" section. Under this section there will be "System setup - general" subsection. Being that you are unable to see anything on your tv display you will need to use your manual as your display. Press the "SETUP" key on your remote. Once again using your manual as your display, scroll down to "Restore factory settings" and press "ENTER" As long as you are located in North or Central America and using interlaced video outputs you should have your normal display back.
Hope this helps.
You have you're video cord in the wrong jacks. If you are using composite make sure it's in the yellow jack and make sure the player is NOT set to progressive scan.
If you are using component, make sure the cables are in the RED, GREEN, and BLUE jacks, but make sure you have the CORRECT red jack (not the right channel audio out...).
Could be that some combination of the progressive scan and the line input is confusing your system. Sometimes the line doubler on the TV set causes this when recieving a 480p input. If this effect doesn't reproduce on another set, then there you have it.
Try turning progressive scan off, or change between the analog(yellow) video, the component(RGB), and the S video(fat one with pins).