Why is my DVD player not reading the disc?
Use a soft cloth to clean the disc ; the disc may have fingerprints or smudges. Examine the disc for any cracks or scratches that might be interfering with playback. Make sure the disc playback is not restricted by parental control options. Make sure the DVD disc is compatible with the player.
How do I show pictures from a DVD on my TV?
Make sure the TV and the A/V device (such as a Blu-ray Disc™ player) are powered on. On the TV remote control, press the INPUT button then switch the input to where the A/V device is connected, and check if a picture appears on the TV screen.
How do I get the color on my TV to play on my DVD player?
Make sure the cables are connected to the same colour cables are connected on both sides. Yellow to yellow, red to red and white to white in the case of a composite or RCA cable . If you’re using a component connection make sure the red, green and blue cables are paired with the DVD player and TV set.
Why won’t my DVD player play in color?
Make sure the disc player is properly connected. IMPORTANT: The disc player should be connected directly to a TV or Audio/Video (A/V) receiver. If using A/V cables, check that the red, white, and yellow plugs are securely connected to the same colored jacks on both the disc player and TV (or A/V receiver).
How do you hook up a DVD player to a TV that has no yellow input?
Connect the component video cable (Green, Blue, Red RCA) to the DVD player. Next, connect the White and RED audio RCA cables to the corresponding connectors on the back of the DVD player. Take the other side of the component video cable and audio cables and connect them to your TV.
How do I hook up my old DVD player to my new TV?
Connect one end of the HDMI cable to the composite to HDMI converter and the other end into the back of your TV. Make note of which HDMI input you plug the cable into. Switch inputs on your TV to the HDMI input you just plugged your HDMI cable into. Now your old DVD player should be working fine on your new television!