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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like a cable problem. I get this a lot with my coaxial cable, it takes a little turning or playing with to start working. Use an optical cable if you have the option, they are more secure, or if you don't mind going analog use the red white rca cable. Either that or replace the coaxial, if you're using one. If your amp/TV, whatever you're connected to, has a vacant audio input jack to switch to, try that as well. Good luck
Posted on Jun 08, 2006
SOURCE: Cyberhome Ch- DVD 300
Your advice was very helpful. After two+ months of tooling around and navigating around the menu blind I was on the brink of trashing it.
At first I tried the stop button with a dvd in the player with no success. After taking the dvd out, turning in off/on then pressing the stop button for 20 seconds the screen turned blue as said.
This help saved me a great amount of fustation.
Posted on Jun 07, 2008
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