I have a Denon 1920 DVD player that has worked flawlessly until last week. I can not get it to stay on. If I unplug it and let it sit a minute I can get a power light to come on. But when I push the eject button, it begins to start up and then completely shuts off (no power light or anything) up to this point it has always been plugged into a Monster power center
I've had the same problem on my 1920. Not knowing exactly what I was doing I disconnected some of the smaller boards (inside the player) from the main board powering on/off in between. When disconnecting the board fitted with the 5.1-out channels the player started up fine. Even after i reconnecting the board the player behaves normal again.
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All the disks I've tried have, although it's only been 3 or 4 (both home-made and original). It sounds like the motor and/or the head moving around. Next week I'll go to the store I got it from and bring a DVD is particularly noisey in the drive, and try it in their floor model to see if it's this particular unit or the model in general.
Hi, If dvd combo player is only video source connected with Denon AVR 790 then unplug yellow video wire from Denon and plug it directly in TV input, now video signal will go directly to tv and sound will come from Denon AVR 790 speakers during dvd playback. This is simple bypass that wont effect surround sound of dvd playback. Let me know if you have additional question. Thanks.
I've had the same problem. I've actually unplugged the unit and it's been unplugged for probably about two weeks. When I reconnected the power this morning the problem persisted where the DVD Recorder was stuck on the Welcome Screen. As a last ditch effort I pressed and held the power button for 10 to 15 seconds until the word "Welcome" dissapeard of the screen and back on. This seems to have reset the unit. I know I should have tried this a long time ago. So much for reading the instruction manual! I'm just glad it's working again!
After variety of different tests and findings I have resolved this issue. It appears that the DVD burner was not in good working order and the DVD player was not at fault. Thanks you to all who answered and responded to my problem. Many thanks.
Try putting in a VCR tape let it load and hit stop. If the set stays on it's the VCR deck causing the problem. It will be either be bad sensors or LED or possibly the mode switch. Let me know if this helps.
YOU HAVE THE RIGHT CABLES FOR THIS INSTALL, GREEN, RED, BLUE FOR COMPENENT VIDEO AND RED AND WHITE FOR AUDIO UNLESS USING THE OPTIACL OR COAXIAL, FROM THE DVD PLAYER TO THE AMP OR TV.
ON THE FRONT OF THE DVD PLAYER IS A HDMI BUTTON PRESS THIS BUTTON UNTILL OFF IS DISPLAYED AND YOU SHOULD HAVE PICTURE
You need to clean your laser lens my friend. If that does not help, I'm afraid then that your laser assembly is going bad and on its last leg. The first clue to this is that you stated that the Cd's work and the DVDs do not work properly. The laser, when it gets weak, starts to mess up on the Dvds first but the Cd's will soon follow. Good Luck
I have Panosonic DVD-Recorder that gets balky sometimes. It works fine if I reset it by unplugging it from the wall and letting it "rest" for a minute or more. I do not know if this applies to a player.