Had same on mine - variously stripes / grey/ random colours.
Take all the screws out of the screen ( under buffers on front as well) and lift back of cover off from base (clips at top). there is a flat brownish cable from the circuit board to the screen. You will probably find that poking this where it is bent (under tape on mine) will bring the picture back. (the tracks on the cable are broken). I found that taking the cct board out, flattening the bend out and folding it gently under the cct board seems to have cured the problem for now (YMMV)... Also check where it is plugged into cct board - socket has latvhing bar which slides up to release cable.
I have had this player for over a year and its the worst player i have ever had the misfortune to own, the best thing for this player is to shove it in a black bin liner and go to the nearest canal, then thow the mother in!!
even thats to good for it!
when i owned this player it seemed fine, put a normal cd in it then after it never played dvds again!
never had the blue scrren bit tho but ther is a line in/out switch on the side which may be somthing to do with it.
will never buy anything with the name "acoustic solutions" again. until they change their name to " a box full of second hand wires and chips and a load of crap Solutions"
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I suspect that the fault is from the screen inverter or flex of your player. This can develop fault has a result of opening and closing of the player, the flex can worn out or ware out in the process.
To know precisely if that's the fault, connect the player to an external TV, using the AV Out connect of the player. The AV wire should come along with the player. Connect the wire to the and if the display is perfect, then know truly that your screen inverter or flex is faulty.
But if the picture is the same on an external TV, then it should be that the player is on NTSC, use the remote control to change it to PAL, or go to the display settings and change to PAL.
If the DVD is connected to the TV properly using the yellow, white & red AV cable and the TV is switched to AV and there is still no picture, plug the yellow lead from the back of the DVD player into the green socket. If you see a black and white picture now the DVD output is on Progressive Scan mode. See user manual to turn off Progressive Scan mode.
i have the same dvd player the pink 1 i lent on a button and it went into black and white i have tried everything and can't seem to get it back into colour again, ive tried pressing all the buttons and nothing seems to work or come up with any black and white/ colour options :(