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been there... time better spent driving to walmart/target/sears and buying a name brand univerasal remote and saving your self 5 hours and lot of aggervation this is coming from someone who like yourself who refuses to give in GOOD LUCK
If your portable DVD player work with the AC power adapter in the wall outlet.100% the litium battery doesn't take any more holding charges.The litium battery should last u about 2 years with minium usages 2-3 hours a day.But that the DVD player and the litium battery must keep in very well conditon and wheather wise.Not in the heat or cold and the humitnity well shorten the lituim battey life very quickly and also could damages the portable DVD player too dosen't matter how much u used it.Tries webites like Amazon.com,Partstore.com,Ebay.com to buy a new litium battery or a compatible one.
Normally I would say clean the laser lens, but I actually had the exact same model with the exact same problem, and that didn't work. I was able to get mine to work sometimes by turning it off and on and unplugging it, but even after opening it up, re-lubricating the gears, and replacing a few capacitors near the reader, I never did find a permanent solution. I guess this isn't what you wanna hear, but I think its an untraceable problem with the motherboard.
i had the same problem. i found that two large hair clip worked (like the huge ones that use to keep long hair up with). i put one on one side and another the other side. couldn't stand to waste my 200 dollars that i spent on the product.
Try cleanning the lens in the unit with dvd cd cleanner which can be bought in any office surplus store make sure its for dvd there are two types cd and combo dvd?cd i recomond staples office supplies it is only 10 dollars cad
Generally, this problem is caused by bad sectors or other problems on the hard drive and can be resolved by going into the setup menu and re-formatting the hard drive. Of course, all recordings on the hard drive will be erased, so spin them off to dvd first. Be sure to have unplugged and replugged the unit immediately prior to going into the setup menu (don't try to record anything). If this doesn't work, no-one will repair this unit locally, as it must be returned to Toshiba's(TACP) depot for repair. Best of luck.