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Philip DCP750/37 turn black and white

Hi I hope somebody can solve this, It sounds easy but we really try and follow the trouble shooting guide but nothing happen. We bought a Philips portable DVD model DCP750/37. The first time i use it, works really well the after 30 minutes of watching my movie. It turn black and white so i turn it OFF and turn it ON again, so it back to normal. Then the following day i let my son watch his favorite cd after 10 mins of watching, again the same problem as yesterday then the next time we used it, its totally black and white and we follow the trouble shooting guide nothing happen we did not return the product 'coz we are in The Bahamas and we bought it in Florida.
I hope you can help me.

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    We have got the same problem. Turning it off/on again doesnt makes any difference, we have tried everything in the troubleshooting guide with no luck - help!

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I have had this problem all you do it wobble the screen back and forth until you find the right spot. if that doesnt work. unplug it from the charger assuming it is plugged in. If THAT doesnt work, believe me a little "thwap" on the back will.

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