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that means it is stuck on progressive scan. If your tv is not able to handle progressive scan, you need to change it back or reset the player.
The DVD player may be set to Progressive Scan Mode. You will need to change it to Video Mode by using the remote control. Point the remote control directly at the DVD player, and then press the PSCAN button 2-3 times. If you are still encountering problems with the DVD player, reset the unit back to the default setting.
Make sure you do not have a disk in the tray. Using the DVD player remote control:
1) Press the “Setup” button.
2) On the “Down” arrow, press it three times.
3) On the “Right’ arrow, press it once.
4) On the “Down” arrow, press it three times.
5) On the “Right” arrow, press it once, then press “Enter”.
6) Press the Setup button.
*The default setting will take affect as soon as you press the setup button (step 6).
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This is frustrating but what worked for me:
1. first make sure you are on CD/DVD mode
2. select the 'Setup Menu' button so that the words 'Setup' appear 3. press the 'CH/TRK Stop' button (it is blue on my remote) and hold it down (approx 5 seconds) - if it works, the setup menu will be displayed.
If this does work - write the instructions on a small index card and glue it to the DVD player ;>P
This might be a case of the player being in the PAL system. Your player is supposed to employ both PAL and NTSC systems. Just look for a key listed N/P on the remote.Press that key once, and you are supposed to be ok.
You might want to reset to factory defaults, but there is an error in the manual. In order to reset to factory defaults, turn on (with no disc inside), DO NOT OPEN THE DISC TRAY, just press the stop button on the player for 5 seconds.