Question about Televison & Video
Usually "ROOT" is an indication that the player has read the DVD.
ROOT means that the DVD is in the main menu screen.
Sounds like the DVD player is ok, but you may have a loose connection somewhere.
Check all of your AV connections between the TV and DVD.
Also make sure that the TV is set to the same AV channel as the connection you are using.
E.G. if you have connected the DVD to the AV 1 socket of the TV, make sure that the TV is set to channel AV 1.
Posted on May 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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