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Video Issue The video from DVD and VHS is showing up on the screen with a split picture. Top and bottom. Like the vertical synch is not working. I have tried a reset to factory from the menu and I have tried a reset and power off as described in manual. Again, I have two video images showing one on top of the other. Any suggestions?

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  • bigbrent1972 Mar 10, 2008

    when I plug in video camera or another DVD player in the AV1 or AV2 slot the picture starts skipping even when I am just trying to watch cable tv what can i do

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It sounds like you have the "progressive scan" mode enabled. This changes the order that the scan lines (each horizontal line) is sent to your TV. When this setting doesn't match what your TV expects, you get this effect.

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