Sometimes my player just decides to read nothing. My wife ordered it online and it came sans instructions, so I have no idea what to do. I put in a DVD, a CD, it says "no-disc". Reply at email@example.com
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Re: PLayback of anything
If it occurs on a specific disk (one or more but with the same discs)
Maybe the disc is dirty: Wipe it clean. Some DVDs are very sensitive..
Also make sure you inserted a disc the unit cannot play (see the list in the user guide p. 6 - http://www.fixya.com/BrowseManual.aspx?mnlid=7920&prdid=232136&__PAGED_=6 )
The laser lens in your DVD might be dirty or failing.
Try the following solutions:
Clean the laser lens with a DVD player lense cleaning disc.
Lens cleaning discs are available at many electronics retail store.
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Follow the steps below to troubleshoot if the BD player cannot read or play a disc: IMPORTANT: Prior to following the steps below, go to the Drivers & Software section of the Pioneer eSupport Website to check for available firmware updates. If a firmware update is available, it will be posted there with a list of improvements over the original or any previous firmware version. Some disc playback issues may be resolved by ensuring the BD player has the most current firmware installed.
Ensure the Easy Setup procedure has been completed on the BD player. NOTE: Can't play DISC may display on the LCD screen if the Easy Setup procedure was not completed first.
Ensure the inserted disc is compatible with the BD player. NOTE: Consult the instruction manual of the BD player for a list of compatible discs.Manuals are available online through the Manuals/Specs/Warranty link on this page.
Select BD players may require that a USB memory device has been properly inserted into the EXT slot of the player prior to playing the movie. If the BD player being used does not have an EXT input, skip this step. NOTE: The USB memory device may need to be re-formatted to FAT32 format prior to inserting it into the player.
Sorry, you can't. SANYO in their infinite wisdom, decided not to stock after market spare accessories for their products. I suggest a universal remote but those are limited in function and sometimes hard to use even without a code. The only option is to try and find another combo unit (good used ones can be found on places like craigslist, eBay, etc.) either online or in a local secondhand shop. The price depends on the age and specifications of the unit (at least it may have its original remote in working order which helps a tad).
The only good news about this is this will not cost you a trip to any service centre; you keep your SANYO. According to another forum I read recently, SANYO no longer services their products nor do they offer after market accessories/parts, most agents who are meant to repair such items, won't even touch SANYO.
Try this, look for a small hole on the front of the unit.Use a pin and press in to see if it opens,ejects the disk .If no hole try seeing if you can press ,lift,pull at the door/slot while pressing the open door/eject either on the unit or with the remote control.It sounds like you may have a bad CD/DVD (copy) that the unit is trying to read/load but can't. keep trying to eject CD/DVD if this doesn't work unplug unit for 5 minutes,try open door again do press and hold open repeatedly I know it's frustrating but it just may eject.Don't use this recorder for playback of DVD buy a $30 DVD player the cheaper the better they play anything.GOOD LUCK
i have begun having a problem with my
4-5 year old bose 321 system. sometimes
dvd's burned on my computer will not play
on my bose 321 system. sometimes they
will. what's up with this? it's not a bad media
problem. i've narrowed it to the player. sometimes
i'll play a computer burned dvd on the bose and
it will play fine. next time i try to play it it won't
thank you in advance
Hello Brezg, The following link will give you instructions on how to change the region code on your dvd player. Please read the instructions carefully and decide for yourself if this is a good idea or not. Hope this helps and let me know if you need further assistance.
Had the same exact issue. RCA DRC257N was acting funny, frequently freezing up at HELLO screen, sometimes buttons would stop working during playback, requiring frequent unplugging to get back to working. Opened the case, pulled out the power board and noticed that capacitor C411 (1000uF 16V) was bulging out at top and bottom. Replaced with a $1.59 1000uF 35V capacitor from Radio Shack and all is back to good working order. Thanks.