Question about Pioneer DVD & Blu-Ray Players
SOURCE: I have a Pioneer DVR
Your Pioneer DVR's laser pickup unit assembly may have got damaged. It is a major work to replace it, as it may need to disassemble its mechanism and reassemble it. You must have a through knoledge about the process, unless the whole machanisam will get damged and become irrepairable any more. There are so many locks in the mechanism, and there is a chance of breaking them if you do with ease.
If you have a cleaning disc with you, just put it and play for two or more times. If the fault is due to dust or fungus on the laser units lens assembly, it will be cleaned automatically. If it doesn't help, as I indicated, if you have a confidence and more patience, try to replace it with an exact type and number. OK.
Posted on Dec 05, 2010
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