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Pulsing screen While playing a DVD in the player, the screen colour pulses. Every two (or so) seconds the screen gets a burst of colour and a slight distortion.

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Are you getting this on all video outputs from the DVD? the yellow analog out + the red/blue/green + the S video? Did you try connecting a different source? a digital cable TV tuner, or another DVD player? sometimes DVD players get screwed on some outputs, while the rest stay fine. I have a DVD that has an analog video out that shows an only black and white picture, while the red/blue/green works fine. Good luck

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