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My home theater got stuck in progressive scan mode

I cannot get the picture to come back i tried afew things like unplugging the cord tampering whith the buttons inserting anew cd/dvd whatever i cannot see thepicture it wont go back to thesetup menu in wich i pu the home theater in progressive scan mode anybody know s home to undo this action contact me asap thank you

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  • Anonymous Apr 04, 2008

    I did the same thing but the thing is. I dont remember how many times i clicked down to get it in the mode to start with. so i get to set up then dont know which one it is i have to click on next

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Anonymous

I had this problem, it's a real pain. You need to turn the system on and goto Setup Mode, then count the number of tiems you would need to scroll down and reset it. You will see no picture, so you ahve to actually cound the number of clicks down and over, you are doing it blind, but it will work.

Posted on Feb 12, 2007

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