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Touch sensor problem

Ns dv88 home cinema system has an eject button. This button is touch sensor. Eject button doesnt work. Some times work some times doesnt work. when push the touch sensor my right hand and My left hand on the system its working. But only push the eject sensor it doesnt work. Tv model Sony connect via scart socket. No electrical problem in my house.

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I had the same problem, my fingers were to dry. seriously, wet your finger before you touch it and it works much beter!

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Hi first thing first nice story about a button couldnt understand what was the point but at last got it any way it appers that your device has a problem of earthing (ground) try connecting a copper wire to the metal surface of the device to antoher metal surface and see if the problem dissolves more then that needs a technician good luck

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You willneed to have this unit serviced I'm afraid. You have a laser assy problem, or one of three servo circuits are not working. That would be the focus, tracking or the spindle motor circuits. Good Luck

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