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There's nothing you can do. The DVD unit and the TV are both controlled by IC2 bus lines that work together. You will have to have the unit repaired or invest in another set. My recommendation is " Never buy a TV with a built in DVD player". They do not last. That is from a professional stand point.
These units have had a failure in either logic board or the main board. The only way to repair these units is to get replacement boards and see if this repairs the problem. You can try to source these parts at e-bay. Use the search engine, plug in the make of you television model number, and part number of the board you think you need for the repair.The search engine will bring up all available parts for you.You can also try this website for parts. http://www.discount-merchant.com/SearchResults.asp?Cat=&Search=PCB&RefineBy_Manufacturer=MINTEK I hope this information is of some help to you with your problem.
Hi maybe this might work on your dtv,try load a post card the size of a dvd and hold it in then try the source button to change to tv mode.It worked on my dtv-265-d now all i need is to get a remote control.
Actually, it is not a Projection TV Problem. The problem is with a Mintek DTV-265 26" flat screen digital TV (not projection). I have not yet resolved the problem by unplugging the set, pressing the eject button and replugging in the set nor have I had any other suggetions. The manual clearly indicates Mintek DTV-265 26" (not Mintek DTV-263) but I feel they are very similar; however, the manual does not mention losing/restoring the on screen menu.
Be advised that Mintek Digital Inc., the company that has sold portable DVD players, DVD Flat Screen TVs has filed bankruptcy in Federal Court. What this means to consumers is that your product(s) warranties that are within your purchase date are no longer valid. Anyone purchasing any Mintek products with claims of warranties are being mislead. For further information, contact the California Attorney General's Office, the Better Business Bureau or telephone 301-986-666 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to seek compensation. Remember, if you buy any Mintek product, you are buying a product that cannot be supported or warranted. You are on your own since September 9, 2007.