Question about Televison & Video
This depends on the type of disc player you have, but after you have had a DVD player for a least a year, dust will build on the motherboard or around the laser, most dust is magnetic and will cause different problems like focusing of the laser lens, or the at times when your disk has scrathes and you will hear the laser bounceing tring to read the disc, this will cause a recoil burnout on the laser, also another important thing to no is your CD's and DVD's this is for all types, when you look at the label of the Disc this is where the information is stored, the label sets on a thin piece of plastic, everybody is so worried about scratching the plastic, they make cleaners and buffers for the plastic, its the label you really have to worry about. In other words don't flip your disc upside to lay then down, this can cause more skipps and freezes, another thing is if your DVD player is setting on top of a older TV's this is a problem. The older tubed TV's have magnetic flukes, have you ever wondered why the dust is on the TV, remember I said Dust is magnetic, the two attract
Back to the DVD player or VCR setting on top the TV or beside an older TV, is because of the magnetic flux of turning on the TV and the TV staying on will cause your items like the DVD player, cd player, VCR, will have pull on them, along with knowing this when your cords are all dangling behind the older TV's the type of video cable that hangs behind your TV is effected the same way. Cheaper cables will allow for magnetic flux to be imposed on the cable there for your color will look out of place like your TV picture just went out, this works with sub woofers as well you need to keep at least a 4' to 5' distance from your subwoofer with any cables, DVD, VCR, and CD player. A subwoofer setting next to a TV will cause the picture to "as some call bleed" change the color, never leave a TV setting on top of a subwoofer this will cuase the color to change on your TV as well. If this happens to you unplug the TV from the wall, becarefull and lay the TV on the face down, the picture needs to go against the floor let it set there for at least 12 hours, then set the TV up right and plug it in.
If you've checked all your cables and where your subwoofer is setting then chances are your laser went out on your DVD player. There are other some other problems that can occur as well, but these are about it, the rest should be left up to the TECHs
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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