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DVDRW120 My player has switched modes halfway through a show, and now I cannot see the screen. Can somone please send me/post what the first page looks lik when you hit the setup menu? I have to try and rectify it without a screen... Thanks

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  • Dave Smuts Dec 27, 2006

    Does anyone know where I can find a copy of the User Manual online?

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