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As far as I can remember, the original JVC remote doesn't support a DVD player. It doesn't have the necessary buttons to control the player functions. You'll need to stick with the original Apex remote if you have it, or look for a universal remote that is compatible.
Looks like it is the problem with the DVD disc / media source. Replace the disc with another disc. Last but not least.. why dont you try connecting the DVD player and TV via HDMI cable? Sometimes older cables may cause video drops .. just guessing anyway!.
Do you have the dvd player set up as progressive scan? Most likely this is a settings issue. How are you connecting the dvd player to the tv as in what type of connection? Once I have more information I can assist you further. Thank you, Lee
if this is only happening on your dvd player, then change the type of cable used to link the tv with the dvd player, if that does not fix it then try another dvd player to make sure it's not the player itself
If you are going to connect your DVD player to your TV you may use an RCA cable. Or you can read your manuals (for DVD player and TV) for specification of what type of cable is compatible to your system. Or you can look to your DVD player's and TV's input/output plugs directly to see.
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sounds like the digital video controller went out. you can test this on this unit by using the coax out and connecting to your tv, it seems to have its own video card looking inside the unit, however it is possible it is controlled centrally thorugh the main card in that case you will confirm by it not working and still only gettting sound through the coax.