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No power up just blink

After going on setup and change a few thing i try progressive scan to see what it does and I had from then on only a blue screen with video and hour on the corner sond background after playing with the remote blindly because nothingn will come on the screen nothong work so I unplug it for the night. now it won't even turn on and the light beside power is blinking. That's it. Is there anything we can do? Thanks for your help.

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  • tep27 Jan 06, 2008

    I have the same problem. Any solutions?

  • cm81 Jun 29, 2008

    same problem here....i played with it and it worked for a while but i knew it was fragile so i left it on all the time but when it started to get hot i had no other choice then to turn it off again...and yes blinkin light is all it does now...

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SOURCE: Loss of Speaker Test, Progressive Scan option, FF/RW Scanning, and DTS Sound

First thing to try, would be to unplug all your equipment overnight to see if the microprocessors reset. If your still having problems , then you have a firmware problem and you should contact the manufacturer to see if its downloadable and upgradeable. Good Luck

Posted on Aug 13, 2006

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: Static/White Noise

Scroll down to the speaker set option. activate it then push the > button. You will see the test below the speaker diagram.

Posted on Feb 11, 2007

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Anonymous

SOURCE: my home theater got stuck in progressive scan mode

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

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Progressive Scan Mode

Check for video out in the dvd setup menu, and set it for composite,
It may be set for component.

another thing to try is setting the the progressive scan option off in the setup menu, you wont benefit from it, but at least it might work.
if you already tried using the prog scan and your T.V isnt compatible, you'll need to reset. press stop to stop any playing disc, and press stop again holding it for 5 seconds to reset the system.

good luck!

Posted on Jul 09, 2008

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Sound but no picture. Not progressive scan issue I think.

Have you tried swapping the scart lead ends around, this might work.

Posted on Mar 23, 2010

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