Question about Televison & Video
It sounds like your DVD player is the problem, not the TV. Check all the connections from the DVD to the TV and the power cord to the DVD and make sure they are all connected correctly and tightly. If that doesn't help try replacing the cables connecting the DVD to the TV. After that try using a different kind of connection (switch from S-Video to composite or component, or vice versa). If none of that works, the DVD player may be bad. Most of the time it isn't worth having it looked at for repair.
Posted on May 22, 2011
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