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We have the montanavision dvd player but it is so

We have a dvd playerin our van but it is so touchy most of the time it wont read the dvds. Is there anything I can do to fix that.

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Hi there, I am having the same problem. Seems like it only wants to read cheaper value DVD'S such as treehouse movies. But other ones do not work. Have you solved your problem?

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The unit should be taken out and the optic laser cleaned.cars are full of dust and it does not take much to stop it from working.there are cleaner discs made,try one of those first.they have a tiny brush that cleans it when it spins.

Posted on Jul 03, 2009

  • Ftmoma Apr 23, 2012

    How do you remove the unit? Mine wont even take a dvd at all but sounds like it is trying to read one when nothings ib it.

  • DELMY REYES Oct 04, 2013

    WE DID ALL THING WITH THE CLEANER DISC AND WONT READ... WHAT CAN I DO???

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