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Split screen picture

I make connection from DVD player to the TV Screen and the picture and sound come on clearly, but the problem is the picture is double, split in the middle.


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Your DVD player is set to the 480p (progressive) scan mode. Place it back to the 480i (interlaced) mode and it should work normal.

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