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Make sure your DVD player has HDMI or Component RGB output,you will also need RGB component cables or HDMI cables to connect the DVD player to your Vizio,once you have attached one of the above cables you will need to press the input button on your TV'S remote to select either HDMI or Component.
The power supply board probally dead,not worth repairing,beacuse the power supply board part and the labors of the Tech. the cost to u could be same amount of money to buy a new one.The new one cost only about $100 dollars.
Check out or Google "Batteries Plus" they have all types of batteries
for just about anything. They may be willing to open your original battery case and replace the OEM batteries with comparable batteries.
hey, unfortuntly i don't think the problem is with your dvd player but with your tv. I just searched the net because i'm on my second trutech tv that lost color. No matter where i plug it into, either the front or back composite connections i still have no color. I've tried multiple dvd players and even bought a converter so i could plug a dvd player into the coax connection. still a no go. horrible product