Question about Sony MV-7101 Car DVD Player
I called Sony and they zipped me right through it, without asking for a credit card! They have fantastic customer service! Just for that reason, I will continue to purchase Sony products!
Power up your player by pushing the power button on the screen. Press input, then press the down button on the left, selecting NTSC for all inputs (Video1, Video2, Video3, and Video4). Your screen will immediately flip back to color and be as good as new!
The fix was so easy! Hope it works for you too.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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