I came back from a vacation to find my Oritron dvd600 unresponsive. It has a green lightbulb picture on it but will not turn on. I tried unplugging it for a few days but it did not reset. The unit will not turn on even though the red power led is lit. There is also a green led that responds to remote control commands that responds to keystrokes. Other that the green lightbulb figure, there is no other action. I've misplaced the manual. Any clues to the problem?
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This is probably the 'progressive scan' feature for your DVD player.
If you haven't had any other problems with the player, try pushing the button again (a second time). This feature is likely a 'toggle-on, toggle-off, so a second 'push' should turn-off the progressive scan.
If this doesn't correct it, power the unit off, then power-on again. It it doesn't automatically power-up without the progressive scan, try pushing the pscan button again. Hopefully this will turn-off your undesired progressive scan. Good luck!
I searched everywhere i could think of for a manual or a diagram of the back of the player with no luck - any chance you can post back a photo of the back of the dvd player, then we can easily talk you through what to connect to what and what cables to use.
Once the setting for Progressive Scan output is entered,
an image will only be visible on a Progressive Scan compatible
TV or monitor. If you set Progressive Scan to On in
error, you must reset the unit. Pointing the remote at the
player, press the STOP (x) button to stop any disc that is
playing. Next, press the STOP (x) button again and hold it
for five seconds before releasing it. The video output will
be restored to the standard setting, and a picture will once
again be visible on a conventional analog TV or monitor.
There are two options. If you already have a VCR, run the RCA cables(red, white, yellow; one audio OK) into the inputs at the back of the VCR and then the single "plug for cable" from the VCR out to the TV's input. You can also buy a device at any electronic store, and even at Big Lots, which does the same, but without the VCR, just the inputs and outputs.
please try to clean the optical unit (laser). There are special dvd disc cleaners for this purpose or you can ask the technician to do the cleaning for you.
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