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Help I am confused. After I have connected my new Sony DVD player to my TV which remote so I use. The one from my digital cable service or the DVD player remote? I turned the DVD player on and it says Welcome. then I put the DVD in and nothing happens, but a count of numbers on the DVD player. When remote do I use to set it up?

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Use the remote that came with the DVD. If you want to use the cable remote, you need to program it using the codes in the manual that came with the cable box or remote.

the numbers usually mean an error. commonly, C 13:00 means that the Disk is dirty.

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