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Picture rolling vertically

I have had my dvd player for 2 yrs now, never had a problem until recently. In the midst of a movie, all of a sudden the picture started to roll vertically. Figuring it was probably the dvd, we inserted different dvd, same problem. When you first time dvd on, and it is on screensaver, it tolls then also, letting me know it's the player and not the dvd itself. Any suggestions?

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  • soberami Apr 26, 2008

    Yes, I have the same problem. What is the solution?

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SOURCE: DVD player wnt read DVD's

bad dvd mech

Posted on Jun 07, 2009


Anonymous

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SOURCE: my polaroid tv screen is green and the picture is rolling

@ budmrtn, seems like it is always the cap problem in your opinion

Posted on Nov 23, 2009

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