I'm having a similar problem with my Denon DVD-756 player. It happens only when connected via the component video route (it works fine with s-video). I'm not sure what the solution above is talking about when it says "this is supposed to be common with all portable players" as that makes absolutely no sense here. This is a $400 Denon home dvd player, not some $50 portable player from Walmart.
Any helpful suggestions would be appreciated though.
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Your cd player is fubar and in definite need of replacement.
Tape unit seems to have a mind of its won. Try to reset the electronics to factory defaults. If that has no remedy, since it is a sony< best advise is to trash it. Repair cost is prohibitively expensive.
Could be a CD defect, but probably just dust inside. Try canned air, or connect IPOD after you convert CD's to MP3's or other player to AUX port as a connector as a work a around. Splicers available online if you already have a TV connected.
ck for dry solder joints if you take rear cover off and just lightly tap on convergence ic heat sink if the tv jumps then you have to remove the board and resolder the joints. also if you have a magnifying glass ck all solder joints on board when it is out
I have the same model of DVD player and sometimes that will happen to me, and when it does I will move the screen up and down, and the picture always comes back for me, you can try this but I dont know if you have the same problem as me.