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Changing to PAL format...

...also, I tried changing the video setting since the DVD output was now B&W! I chose something I didn't understand under the PAL dropdown and now, there's no picture at all and spotty sound! So, now I can't even see the setup screen to change it back. Is there a way to reset the thing? Thanks!

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I have the same issue i don't know the solution to ur original problem of B&W.. I think you might have unknowingly changed the "Video Output".. don't worry...to change it back.. do the following steps 1) Switch on dvd player with no disc 2) wait for few secs and press setup on remote 3)press -> (rt arrow) once 4) press enter 5) press down arrow twice 6) press enter 7) press up arrow once(or twice) 8) press enter hopefully this shud work..

Posted on May 07, 2007

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