Having not had my player connected for a couple of months I came to reconnect it and use it and it appers to have developed a fault. It turns on ok and says 'welcome' and then 'pioneer' in the display but does not repond and the word 'pioneer' remains on the display. Any ideas?
Try pressing the next >> button whilt switching on the unit from the stand by button, keep pressing and see if it changes from NTSC to PAL. This is applied so to see if the CPU is faulty or not, to try wake him up and search other internal routines.
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Warning: Laser inside! If you want to open it up and troubleshoot, make sure you don't point toward your eyes.
Check the nylon laser carriage to see if it slides laser from center to outside line. If it sticks, it's probably shutting down from not properly reading a disk.
try resetting defaults Place DVD player in standby mode Push in the stop button on the hardware unit and keep pushed in Push in Standby button on the remote provide while doing the above Then put into standby mode again insert your DVD and see if it changes. All Happiness
The problem was the TV ( Samsung CB 5073 T). One or more connections
on the AV plug in the TV had disconnected from the soldering and was repaired. The DVD was fine all the time.
Thanks again for your assistance
Most DVD players I've seen are either multi-regional or one-region units. The DVD player you bought might be a one-region device. I'd check on that first. If it is, then you'll only be able to play DVD's made for that particular region. If it is multi-regional, look in the manual or go to Pioneer's website to possibly find the codes.
When you say No picture?? s the Picture all black Like theres no video? Try checking the video input on the tv or the cables from the player. If the inputs and cables are bad then theres a poroblem in the video processor in the dvd player and the only way to vix that would be to get a schematic diagram and a scope and trace out the video and see where it disapears. Good Luck