Question about Yamada DVX-6600 DVD Player
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If you’re any good with computers, it’s a
standard hard disk - you can take it out very easily, stick it in a PC, and
format it. That should work OK. If you’re not any good with computers, maybe
you know somebody who is? Apart from that, to take it out, you just open the
case, disconnect a ribbon cable, a power cable (plugs for both just pull out)
and 4 screws, then out it comes.
Alternatively, you could get a very big hammer and smash it to pieces, which is what I feel like doing with mine...
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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