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TV was working fine, moved to new home and the problem began. Picture rolls to the right, picture is fuzzy and will clear up somewhat at times. The picture will stop rolling at times also,but may be a half and half screen. Sound is fine, can you help me with this problem please.
Connect from dvd OUT to vcr IN The yellow connecter is video, red is right audio and white is left audio. You can purchase converter leads (scart to phono(the red/white/yellow connecters) or many other combinations) if needed. If you have scart connections ( a block of 21 pins) then use that if possible as it will give a better picture. Connect the dvd out to vcr in and vcr out to the tv in. NOTE. if you connect this way you will find that the copyright protection will make viewing dvds quite poor quality and may even be black and white or even the picture may "roll" You may want to buy a scart block to connect more scarts to the tv then it has, also you can get these with different connections.
Sounds like you either have a bad card or a bad HDMI cable. Scarts are not the most dependable when it come to HD imaging there is alot of converting going on espically if the TV isnt NTSC standard to begin.
my LE32S86BD keeps flipping off the channel, with on screen EXT1 my scart leads are decent gold plated ones and are in properly, it will do it three times in a row, the second time the picture will be out of colour and all fuzzy
If the new player you hooked up is causing the spit screen then you have to go into the set up menu in the DVD player and take it out of prograssive scan.. Its in the wrong fornmat for your TV set. good Luck
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Try the free view and see if the box is bad, then if it still does the sane thing, I bet theres a bad connection on the driver IC board, on a connecting ribbon cable, or a bad drive ic. These are things that a user should not attempt to repai, as there are no user replaceable parts inside this set and should be serviced by a train tech. Good Luck