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I selected the wrong option under system menu, player was working fine, now itshows scrambled, i can't see how to go back, and correct the problem, is ther any way to reset my dvd player phillips model dvd622/37...plz help

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Turn on the dvd,with the tray open press arrow> right and mute on the control that deactivate the function scan.Good luck

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Hello. I switch an option, i switch to progressiv option and i dont see anithing how can i reset the DVD player? It is a piooner DV-300-K DVD player. Thanks for help.


According to the Pioneer FAQ for this item :

"You can reset all models of DVD Players with the following method:
1) Switch the player into standby and empty the disc tray.
2) Using the front panel buttons, hold down the STOP button and press STANDBY/ON to switch the player back on."

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Here is the link to the manual for LG DR1F9H
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Recorded a movie on the DVR, played it & recorded it onto a Sony DVD-R with the Sony RDR-VX525, I believe it finalized & did everything it should. However, it won't play. It says disk error. I went...


what happened was that you probably chose a disc speed on the DVD that was too fast or slow for the dvd players that you are putting it in to. Try re recording it but when under the DVD section, on your remote, choose REC Mode till it says SP. That one should work on just about any dvd player. I had the same problem with mine. Here is a step by step instruction on how to dub from VHS to DVD correctly. If you follow all the steps, you should be fine :) http://angrytechblog.com/2011/02/how-to-one-touch-dub-vhs-to-dvd-on-the-sony-rdr-vx525/

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Philips DVP 3982, 4 months old, hdmi connected to vizio tv. Suddenly now it plays sound but not picture. If I hook it up with composite cables it works, but of course the picture isn't very good. I tried a...


Hi,

I have few options for you to get the video back on HDMI:
1. Try out changing the video resolution on HDMI set up (select 480p..1080p).
2. Play NTSC disc (to get the 60Hz out from Player). If your are in US.
3. Select the TV system as AUTO/NTSC to get the 60Hz out only on HDMI.
4. if the Deep Color option is available in HDMI set up menu..set it to OFF.

Let me know if you tried all these and still no output.

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Coby 224 wrong disc


you can reset the settings through the menu, its under the advanced option in the menu. however, its not a regional error, if it was in the wrong region, it would say wrong region and not wrong disk, try putting the region back to 1 or 0 or 9, 1 is USA, 9 and 0 are all regions.

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No sound thru dvd player, but fine for tv and vcr


Just had the same problem and it is fixed for me. With NO DISC in the player go to the System Menu. Next Navigate to Preferences on the top of the screen.

You will set an option titled "Default". Select that and it seems to reset the player to default settings and fixes the sound.|

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Go to menu and sub menu video .Under video option you will see video formatt,e.g Pal,NTSC.You confrim your tv standered if its pal or NTSC (this you can check at back of your tv set ,not always mention but most of them are printed)On your dvd player
you have to select same formatt as your tv .If not sure of you tv system try auto system on you player.
NB dont select progressive scan by mistake otherwise you will not see any picture on your tv if its not progressive scan tv.
If you could mention tv and dvd model and brand will be able to advise you exactly.

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take a quick peek in the manual and find out where to disable the progressive scan features. may be a button on the back, or you may have to go through the on screen menu to find it. take the disc out and see if you can view what's on screen. or since you said you had a couple of movies that did work properly, put one of those in, start the movie, go into the dvd player setup menu and disable the progressive scan settings

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RCA RC5215P DVD Player only plays in black & white


Dear brother at first u insert a original copy righted disk and check .And there is an option for swithing in menu for PAL and NTSC.And also please check ur TV is supported NTSC3.15 colour system,If not check ur player in a multi system TV.


Dear brother if u r a technician please can u mail me the IC number of IC104 in signal board under the lense mechanism in the same RCA RC5215P DVD player,becouse I have missed this IC from my player

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TURN OFF PROGRESSINE SCAN ON ZENITH XBV443


Cause: DVD+VCR was turned off while setting the Progressive scan mode. Correction: Keep pressing the STOP button for more than 5 seconds.

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