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I set progressive scan on my recorder now it dosnt come up on tv telefunken trw1018

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  • sshuja Nov 26, 2008

    I set thw Progressive video on and now I hve no video and cannot access menue to turn it off.

  • kittino Jan 24, 2009

    I have the exact same problem!

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Once you set progressive on the video is only output on the the component video out. To turn it off press dvd, press setup (setup will display on the front panel. Press down (ch) once, press right once, press down twice, press right once, press down once, press enter.
This should bring it back. Of course it's much easier if you have a TV with component input that you can hook it to so you can see the menu.
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