Question about Zenith XBV441
First, verify that your cable from the DVD player to your TV is connected properly and snug. You can try re-seating the cable to make sure all the connections are tight.
If that fails, I would try another input on your TV. If it works on another input, then your TV may have a problem with the input you initially had the DVD Player plugged into.
Third, try another cable, or output type on your DVD player.
If all of those fail, the problem is most likely to be with your DVD player itself, you can either try to have it repaired or replace it.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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