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Clear sound with jumping picture

Whenever we play a DVD the sound is perfectly fine but we cant see the picture clearly. All we see is a jumping picture. We;ve tried plugging in wires in different places but nuthing seems to be working.

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  • Anonymous Dec 19, 2007

    Bought a dvd in UK Pacific phc203 and took it to the Caribbean but the pictures do not show clearly they jump. Can anyone help!!!!!!!!!!

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Either the disc ur inserting is dirty or the laser needs cleaning try cleaning ur laser first then the disc if the problem prosist take the dvd player back

Posted on Feb 08, 2008

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