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Thread: Trying to reset an OMNI DV330FB to factory default settings!!!

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    Smile Trying to reset an OMNI DV330FB to factory default settings!!!

    I just bought an OMNI DV330FB dvd player and accidently changed the video output to some s-video (CVBS) or component (YUV) output. Suddenly the screen went dead and I can't see anything on my tv!!! I'm connecting the unit using the 3 plug cable supplied.

    I'm hoping someone can tell me the remote control keystrokes required to reset this thing to factory default settings so I can get my picture back!!! I'm looking for 'setup', 'left', 'left', 'enter', 'left', etc. The manual isn't clear on how to do this exactly...

    I'm new to this forum, so if someone could reply to me at subbies_rock@hotmail.com, that would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks everyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by subbies_rock
    I just bought an OMNI DV330FB dvd player and accidently changed the video output to some s-video (CVBS) or component (YUV) output. Suddenly the screen went dead and I can't see anything on my tv!!! I'm connecting the unit using the 3 plug cable supplied.

    I'm hoping someone can tell me the remote control keystrokes required to reset this thing to factory default settings so I can get my picture back!!! I'm looking for 'setup', 'left', 'left', 'enter', 'left', etc. The manual isn't clear on how to do this exactly...

    I'm new to this forum, so if someone could reply to me at subbies_rock@hotmail.com, that would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks everyone!
    you don't need any magic keypresses, just move the yellow composite video lead over to one of the component outputs and you will get a black and white picture, you can then change the menu back (you will loose the picture again) and then put the cable back where it belongs and be back to normal

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    talk about reviving an old thread.

    Can somebody help me please. I have the same issue as the previous poster instead i nead a hard reset without using the remote as i cannot see the screen. yes i have tried the switching leads, and even used the vga cord from the pc and all i get is a blue screen (of death).

    I know it is a long bow, but you never know your luck in a big city.

    Thanks in advance



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    Quote Originally Posted by bluelabel View Post
    talk about reviving an old thread.

    Can somebody help me please. I have the same issue as the previous poster instead i nead a hard reset without using the remote as i cannot see the screen. yes i have tried the switching leads, and even used the vga cord from the pc and all i get is a blue screen (of death).

    I know it is a long bow, but you never know your luck in a big city.

    Thanks in advance



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    don't know it from memory sorry, I had one still until recently as I just gave away the one I had

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