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  • My DVD System Is Shutting Down.

    If your DVD system shuts down on its own or if it displays 'Protection' on its front display and then shuts down, your DVD system is overheating. It is shutting down to prevent any damage. The DVD system can overheat and shut down if it is near other electronic devices that produce excessive [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • The Fan Keeps Running After The DVD Player Turns Off

    It is normal for the fan inside your DVD system to keep running after you turn it off. The fan continues to run for a few minutes to make sure the DVD system cools quickly and efficiently. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Power

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  • My DVD System Does Not Power On (DVD Micro Component System)

    Your DVD system may not power on due to the following: The power cord is not properly connected to the wall outlet The power cord is not connected properly to the DC Adapter The power outlet, power strip, or extension cord is failing The DVD System requires service Important: If your DVD [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Connecting Video From Your DVD System To Your TV

    When connecting video from your DVD system to your TV you can use one of the following three methods: Composite Component HDMI Supported Resolutions based on connection method used: Connection Method v Resolution > 1080p 1080i 720p 480p [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Connections And Setup (DVD Micro Component System)

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  • Remote Control Operation And Troubleshooting

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  • Physical Damage

    Physical damage, including water damage, cracks, screen damage, and other damage not caused by normal use is not covered by your warranty. If your DVD System has physical damage, we will be happy to repair or fix it, but the repair will be handled as an out of warranty repair and you will be [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • HDMI To DVI Connection Method

    If your Television does not have an HDMI port you can still take advantage of HD resolutions but using an HDMI to DVI cable. These cables are sold online and at local electronic stores. Important: The HDMI to DVI connection supports 1080p, 1080i, 720p, and 480p on all discs as long as the [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • What Is Causing The Problem, The Remote Or The Sensor?

    To determine whether the remote or the sensor is causing your issue, you need a digital camera or a cell phone with a camera. You may also need a second person to assist you. To troubleshoot the remote and the sensor with a digital camera or a with cell phone with a camera, follow these steps: [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Composite Connection Method

    To connect your home theater to your TV using a Composite connection, you need a Composite video cable. A Composite video cable is included with your home theater. Important: Composite video only supports 480i standard definition video. For higher resolutions, you must use a Component, DVI, or [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • HDMI Video Connection Method

    To connect your DVD system to your TV using an HDMI connection, you only need an HDMI cable. Important: The HDMI output supports 1080p, 1080i, 720p, and 480p on all discs as long as the player, TV and the disc support these resolutions. For example, if your TV supports 720p only and you set [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • My Remote Control Is Not Working

    If your remote control has stopped controlling your home theater, but the home theater still operates when you press the buttons on its front panel, follow these steps: Remove the batteries from the remote control. With the batteries out of the remote control, press and hold the [POWER] [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Component Connection Method

    To connect your home theater to your TV using a Component video connection, you need a Component video cable. A Component video cable has three RCA jacks on each end. Important: The Component input supports 1080i, 720p, 480p, and 480i video resolutions as long as the TV, home theater, and the [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • TV/Video > Home Theater Systems > DVD Systems

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