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My DVR1500 yeah, i have this DVD player... the other day I was going through the options in setup. I accidently selected Progressive Scan, now its showing no signal on the TV and i cant get back to the setup screen to change it back. Please help...

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Unplug the unit, allow 12 hours, then replug, it will reset the video option. They DO have however a backup battery. If you remove the top cover, however this voids any warranty, you will see the battery along the edge of the main board, to the right center. There is a jumper in there, similar to a computer jumper. With the unit disconnected from AC (highly advise also for safety reasons, simply pull this jumper for about 2-3 minutes, the replace. Put cover back on, and then plug it in, and it should reset to factory defaults. You will need to go thru the menus and set everything up again...

Posted on Jul 08, 2007

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