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Sony dvp-nc85h will not display HDMI

My Sony DVP-NC85H stopped displaying in HDMI. Tried other TV's, cables etc. It has worked for a few years...

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  • Jayzson Jan 02, 2012

    This unit is connected directly to HDMI input on my HD TV. The progressive scan does work with the HDMI input, in which it always has. In other words, it has been connected the same way for 2 years and worked fine, all of a sudden it stopped displaying in HDMI. (This delivers the best picture option.)

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I am getting this error too and I believe it means that somehow the tray that the discs ride on is jammed. I think if you unscrew the three screws on the back and the two on the sides you can pop the top off and see the tray. I bet there is a disc somewhere that didn't fall back into its right spot and it will give you that error... I just opened mine up and sure enough there was a DVD that was in the way... I removed that disc and the error went away. I hope that helps you out as well.

Posted on Oct 02, 2008

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Look on the bottom of the unit. There is a hole with the letters ex and op. Shine a light in the hole and you will see a white plastic object with a slot for a slot screwdriver. You can turn this either way but be careful. If you feel resistance and the object does not turn, turn the other direction and the unit will open. Op is open. Ex is exchange.

Another less elegant way is to open the unit's case, take off top cover and get your discs being held inside the unit that way. Be careful.

Of course you could take the unit in for service but may not be worth the cost.

Posted on Mar 13, 2011

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Another less elegant way is to open the unit's case, take off top cover and get your discs being held inside the unit that way. Be careful.

Of course you could take the unit in for service but may not be worth the cost.

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