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DVD-8350 began displaying only top one-third of the picture only, like looking through a letter slot. Consistently, with several DVDs. Any solution or do I need to buy a new DVD player?

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The video processing circuits are not functioning fully and are blanking out part of the video. This is a highly intergrated area in the player and is not costwise to repair since you can get another player (used) for $20 to $25 with doing a google search. A new one is not available.

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