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JVC DVD player problem

JVC DVD player was working fine while connected to a large screen TV. After purchasing a new DVD recorder/player, this JVC was transferred to a smaller 19" flat screen TV. Immediately upon hooking up all DVDs playing now show dual images on the screen. All technical assistance from JVC company advises this item is malfunctioning and needs to be discarded and replaced. This was a very good product and it seems inconceivable moving from one TV to another would destroy function. Any suggestions would be appreciated. (1st TV was Samsung 2nd was Toshiba - incompatibility?) JVC XV-SA70BK/XVSA756D

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You have set the DVD to progressive output for your big tv. The little one will not accept this. Your manual will tell you how to reset it. The remote may be needed. Reconnect it to the big tv and check the menus.

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