20 Most Recent Zenith XBS444 System Questions & Answers


hi,
ur dvd is in progressive scan mode. u have to get out of that setting ,because ur TV dosen't supports the progressive scan. do the following to get out of the progressive scan mode.

1. power ON the dvd.
2. press stop button to stop any disc that is playing.
3. press stop again and hold it for five seconds.

the video out will be restored to the standard settings.
ok

Zenith XBS444... | Answered on Jan 13, 2011


battery needs replacing

Zenith XBS444... | Answered on Apr 16, 2010


The dvd may be in the wrong format for your Son's t.v. PS3's play several formats that the lifestyle 38 may not be compatible with. You can download a video converter such as Any Video Converter and format the disc for whatever format you need. Probably mpeg2. Then it should play on most players.

Zenith XBS444... | Answered on Sep 29, 2009


If it's still under MFG. Warranty, get it replaced. If not, weigh the cost of repair vs. replacement. What has more than likely happened is the unit has seen either a "Brownout" severe voltage drop then spike to commence power, or a power surge. It's a very common problem with today's electronics of all kinds. It will either have a bad power supply or bad transistors and will range from $ 125.00 - $ 175.00 to repair on avg. When you have it replaced or repaired, make sure you purchase a good line conditioning surge protection unit like Monster, Panamax, or Furman. Not a power strip, that's just a glorified light switch. Sorry for the bad news! Hope this helps

Zenith XBS444... | Answered on Jun 07, 2009


SOLUTION #1
you'll need to reset. press stop to stop any playing disc, and press stop again holding it for 5 seconds to reset the system.
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SOLUTION #2
works with remote only
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SOULTION #3
While Disc is Running,
By using remote control,
Press Stop Button once to stop the disc (Stop in Memory Mode)
Press Stop Button once again to go into Full Stop
Then, Press & Hold Stop Button for 5 Second or So.

GOOD LUCK!
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Zenith XBS444... | Answered on Apr 06, 2009


I just posted the fix for this problem under the post of davidlentz who is having the same problem. Problem is IC706 located on the audio output board Part number is KIA7805A.

Zenith XBS444... | Answered on Mar 31, 2009


Since not all devices have the same in/outputs available, if you are trying to interconnect them, it helps to know the make and model of both, not just one.

There are several possibilities to connect external devices to your 'home theatre' system.
The one we have delivers the best when S-video is used but that requires a separate path for sound.
The standard colors for audio in and outputs are red(=right) and white(= left) and often cables are supplied with the same color coding.

The usual connections will be named 'Line in' and 'Line out.' The outputs deliver specified voltage into a specified load (or termination) and the inputs expect that condition.
This ensures that volume controls act in a sensible manner.

Zenith XBS444... | Answered on Sep 05, 2008


It could be overheating, have you checked how warm it is? Is it in the open. Zenith systems seem to have a lot of problems associated with them

Zenith XBS444... | Answered on Mar 25, 2008


signs of a defective Filter Capacitor. I suggest you replace all capacitors in the Power supply and try.

Zenith XBS444... | Answered on Sep 20, 2006


Seems impossible to find. There was directions posted on FixYa which gave directions to a different Zenith models. While not the same, you may find the directions to this model similar to your Z358.

http://www.fixya.com/support/t23768010-set_time_zenith_z1233ba

Zenith Audio... | Answered on Jun 30, 2019


Press "display" and make sure the radio is displaying frequency, not time.
Tune the radio frequency you want to add to memory. Press "Memo Set" and observe that "preset" flashes on the display.
Press the number of the memory channel that you want to save to.
Press "Memo Set" and observe that "preset" on the display has stopped flashing.
The frequency is now saved the selected channel.

Zenith Audio... | Answered on Mar 27, 2019

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