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Scrambly TV I use the yellow/white/red cables to hook my DVD player up to my TV. It did fine with the first three movies we've watched on it and now all of a sudden when you turn the DVD on to watch a movie, it just scrambles. I cannot figure out why it's doing this. I tried using a CD cleaner on the DVD but it still doesn't work. I've tried switching to different channels on the TV and that doesn't work. I'm at my wits end! Help! Thanks.

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  • amsx04 Aug 16, 2007

    I cannot make anything out clearly enough to read the DVD menu. I also don't have the manual as I bought this DVD player in a garage sale with a guarntee that it had never been used. This is also no button on the back of the player.

    I also tried it with the movie. It still did not work.

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Take a quick peek in the manual and find out where to disable the progressive scan features. may be a button on the back, or you may have to go through the on screen menu to find it. take the disc out and see if you can view what's on screen. or since you said you had a couple of movies that did work properly, put one of those in, start the movie, go into the dvd player setup menu and disable the progressive scan settings

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  • Anonymous Aug 17, 2007

    another thought, if you are running it through a VCR before the tv, dont do that. There is copyright protection on dvd players that prevent taping of movies.

    plug it directly into the tv, and try it again.

    otherwise, try a different, or friends tv temporarily, see if it's the player, or the tv.

    keep us informed

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