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XBV442 combo how do I turn off the progressive scan mode. I cant even get to the menu section because of it.

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    Stuck in Progressive Scan Mode and nothing I do with the remote or buttons on box gets it out of that mode. I unplugged it from power source and that didn't work either. How do I get out of this mode??

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With no disc in the DVD player, press and hold the stop button on the front of the player for five to ten seconds. This was answered elsewhere. I just tried it and it does not work with the remote, just on the player itself.

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