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1) Remove any DVD that may be inside 2) Press AND Hold Stop Button (on front of Player) for 5 or more seconds 3) All Done - This will have reset player back to Interlaced Mode and you can now see your DVD!
This sounds like a progressive scan issue (unit in P.Scan Mode) here is a C&P from the manual
Set "Alt Video Out" Highlight "Alt Video Out", then press the RIGHT button to select one of the following options: • S-Video - Select this if you are using the S-Video OUT jack on the rear panel to connect to a TV. • Component - Select this if you are using the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks on the rear panel to connect to a Progressive(480p) or Interlaced (480i) TV. • See your TV owner's manual to determine what type of TV you have. - Interlace : Interlaced Scan mode will work. - Progressive : Progressive Scan mode will work, and Video and S-Video will not work. • Press the Progressive button on the front panel if you have a Progressive scan TV only. Otherwise, the picture will be disturbed.
THis one should be easy--just read it in the manual--reset your video mode by removing any disks from the player, close the drawer, and then press and hold the "stop" button for five seconds. The green power button should flash red and back to green. Hope that solves it.
THIS IS COVERED IN THE MANUAL. I DID THE SAME THING A YEAR AGO AND RESET IT BY FOLLOWING THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THE MANUAL. DON'T HAVE IT HANDY AT THE MOMENT BUT YOU CAN FINDI IT ONLINE. KEEP IN MIND THAT THE PROGRESSIVE MODE ONLY WORKS WHEN YOU HAVE IT CONNECTED VIA PROGRESSIVE SCAN.
I own this model and do have the manual; however, standard AV and S-Video connections do not transfer progressive scan video images. If you hookup a progressive scan output to a non-progressive scan TV input, you will not get an image, so it is probably the way you have your machine connected to your TV that is the problem. If you are trying to watch regular TV through your machine, you will probably need to use a standard Coaxial Cable. I hope this helps.
To change from p-scan back to i-scan with no video picture, mu1 model:
1.turn dvd on with no disc, wait 10 sec.
3.press "down arrow"(selects audio/video)
4.press "enter" (selects audio/video menu)
5.press "down arrow" 4 times (selects scan mode)
6.press "right arrow" (selects scan menu)
7.press "up arrow" (selects interlace mode)
8.press "enter" (should see picture)
Or find a tv with p-scan capability
If you set progressive scant On by accident,you must reset the unit.
Remove any disc from the unit and close the disc tray. See that "disc" is displayed on the display window. Now press STOP and hold it for more than 5 seconds before releasing it. The video output will be restored to the standard setting and picture will once again be visible on a conventional analog TV or monitor.
You need to be sure to remove the discs from the disc changer and close the disc changer. Make sure that your TV is on the Blue Screen and it should say " Progressive Scan Mode"
Press and hold the stop button on the unit....not the remote for 5 seconds or more and it should reset. However, if your TV is a Progressive Scan compatible TV, you may need to refer to the user guide for the TV as well....Many newer TVs Use a Progressive Scan Setup, but this solution should still work for you. Make sure all discs are removed FIRST!!!