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These are the 2 possible causes and solution on that problem:
The format of the file on U.S.B device is not compatible to the format requirements of the DVD player.For example your DVD player required A.V.I or MPG/M-PEG for the video while the file format of your U.S.B is F.L.V and when you try to insert it to the U.S.B port the file doesn't read.You have to do is convert the file that store on your U.S.B device depends on the format requirement of your DVD.Use a total video converter to convert the file on your U.S.B to the format you need to play on the DVD player.
Or the problem could be the U.S.B itself,because the U.S.B host on this product does not supported all U.S.B device.Please try to use other mass media device such as memory card or mp3 players.
call support from manufacturer on how to reset your player, For instance, on Samsung players after it is powered on you hold in both channel buttons for 10 sec and the player restarts. that fixed mine that had the same problem
Some models of PIONEER cd players had radio frequency problems that caused them to work on and off. Are you near any radio or braodcast towers? Poorly shielded power supplies cause this as well. A weak laser diode in the pick-up assembly in model runs could be the problem. You might want to Google the model number and see if this is common for these units.