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While re-setting the Display function it was accidently set for PAL viewing instead of NTSC. The image is now rolling vertically on the NTSC TV screen. Now, I cannot re-set the display functions because I cannot view the steps while the screen is unreadable. The manual does not supply a step-by-step link. Unplugging the player does not help. Inserting a standard NTSC DVD does not help. The menu cannot be viewed in order to clear it. Help!

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Hi hrosenelp,
There's no other way to get it back to NTSC mode but to access the set-up. Your digital camera will help you see it clearly. While in the set-up mode, take a picture of the screen(TV) for every command that you will performed in the set-up through the remote control. Look at the picture in the camera to see where are you in the set-up. Repeat taking picture until you've reach the NTSC/Pal system.
Hope I helped you.
Have a nice day!
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Posted on Mar 26, 2011

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