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Re: Cannot see picture on screen
Take a LED flashlight, and shine it into the screen. Can you make out any picture hiding in there at all?
If so The backlight, and or the inverter must be changed. Usually they will change both units together when you send the unit in for service. won't be cheap though.
Could also be that the video connection to the screen was lost, or that the setting is for an external monitor.
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Yes,the portable DVD player u have now the main LCD viewing screen it is dead.Noth worth fixing by replacing the main LCD viewing screen parts and the labors of a tech. to do it.Will cost about the same as a brand new one.
When properly connected to a High Definition display or TV, Blu-Ray Disks (BD) should play crystal clearly. Inserting an old "non-Blu-Ray" disk (or the original "DVD") in the Blu-Ray player will display a comparatively "fuzzy" picture. This is the difference between High Definition and Standard Definition. A "BD player" can not "upgrade" the picture quality on DVDs to that of a BD or High Definition picture.
Rent, purchase or choose Blu-Ray Disks (BD) whenever a choice is offered to view the High Definition version of a movie or video. Selecting the DVD version will provide the lower quality or Standard Definition version of the same movie or video.
Check the covers or disk itself to determine if the movie or video is in DVD or BD format. That will tell you what you can expect for picture quality.
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I can view channels but cannot view a DVD from the TV/DVD Disney Princess Combo. Only see static on the screen with no sound. I wonder if I need to change the input select to view a movie but cannot find a button on the TV or remote control. I have a 6 button remote which I am sure operates the DVD and another remote with 39 buttons I thought would operate the player as well as the TV. However, so far only the player functions from it. The buttons only have small pictures without words which sometimes leaves some question about purpose. This is a second hand unit. I do not have a manual. It did play movies at first. I think the trouble may have started when I programed cable channels. Any help will be greatly appreciated
On most of the set top DVD players you use the monitor button or the remote control menu button to access the mode that flips the display (invert). The mode is for those who mount the units to the ceiling of a vehicle for rear passengers to view. You might have to have a DVD playing at the time or just loaded in the stop mode to access the feature.
Before performing any operations, make sure of the following:
? Check the connection with the TV.
? Turn on the TV and select the correct input on the TV to view the pictures or on-screen indications on the TV screen.
? For DVD playback, you can change the Setup menu setting to your preference menu...
Alos, make sure thay the system and disc region code numbers are incompatible:
The following discs cannot be played back: ? DVD-Audio, DVD-ROM, DVD-RAM, DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD-ROM, CD-I, (CD-I Ready), Photo CD, etc. Playing back these discs will generate noise and damage the speakers.
* Note on Region Code DVD players and DVD Video discs have their own Region Code numbers. This system can play back DVD discs recorded with the color system of NTSC and PAL whose Region Code numbers include ?3.?