Question about D-Link DSM-320RD DVD Player
After a reset, the machine refuse to response.
I uncovered the back, and check the internal content, there're three integrated electrical boards and there's no sign of "burn",
And also the output voltage is correct 5v/12v for the "voltage transfering board".
But no additional checking I can made because no corresponding detail manul.(only user manul which is useless for my case.)
Your problem is most likely an incorrect video out setting. Examine how you are physically connected to your
TV, set your TV to view that input. After your unit is powered up and the Welcome dissappears, hit the Video Out button on your remote until you see the display.
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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