Question about Televison & Video
I would check all cables to make sure they are connected properly and
secure, also check the cables for any defects ie bent pins, frays in
wiring, etc. and check all connectors on the front or back of your tv (which ever way you have it hooked up) to make sure they are not loose or damaged first. 2. I know you can connect your dvd properly, but I
have to suggest it anyway, go back through the manual and make sure all
settings are properly set.
3. You may need to update your firmware, which you can find instructions in pdf at this link it will be the 6th link down in pdf. I tried finding your device on the manufacturer's website, but you need the model number, I will include that link as well. Since it only 6 months old, it should still be under warranty so I would check into that as most usually have 1 year warranty. If all else fails, it might be something internal with the dvd recorder and you will have to get another one or take yours to a repair shop, but if you do take it to a repair shop make sure it is one that is reputable and trust worthy. I hope this helps you out and I am sorry I could not be more specific on the problem.
Posted on Jun 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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