My husband got on the internet and someone else was having another problem and we tried their solution and it worked. Thank you for the help . The Solution was to hold the stop button for twenty seconds and it worked.
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It sounds like a common problem with these units, which is easily fixed...
Open the unit and look at the capacitors on the power supply circuit
board, there are probably some bulging or leaking caps on it, just
replace them and you should be good to go. You should replace them with
a little higher voltage but keep the same micro-farad value. ie: use a
16volt in place of a 12volt.
hold down the stop button for 5 sec on your dvd player not the one on the remote control
Check your connections. Make sure they are hooked up correctly(ie
yellow to yellow. Check both the connectoins on the dvd player and the
You might want to reset to factory defaults, but there is an error in the manual. In order to reset to factory defaults, turn on (with no disc inside), DO NOT OPEN THE DISC TRAY, just press the stop button on the player for 5 seconds.
Sounds like a cable problem. I get this a lot with my coaxial cable, it takes a little turning or playing with to start working.
Use an optical cable if you have the option, they are more secure, or if you don't mind going analog use the red white rca cable.
Either that or replace the coaxial, if you're using one. If your amp/TV, whatever you're connected to, has a vacant audio input jack to switch to, try that as well.