Question about Yamaha Televison & Video
Put in a disc. Won't play; now can't open to get out the disc. Tired unpluging and repluging. Doesn't fix the problem. What do I do now?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My disc tray won't open
You have to check two things.
1. You have to check the tray loading belt in the mechanism. To see the same you should remove the mechanism.because the loading belt is beneath the cd tray. As it is cyberhome it will be very difficult to remove the mechanism for an user. if your capable for doing the same then make try. Because you have to remove the top cover then the back panel, then the mechanism. Take care the mother board is attached to the mechanism.
2. You have to check the cyberhome dvd player will show this type of complaint if the Spindle motor is faulty (oppen or short ). Spindle motor is one on which the cd rotates. It will not cost a lot.
Posted on May 05, 2011
Sorry, no there isn't much you can do at a consumer level with this player, except, if you still have a manufacturer's warranty, taking advantage of it and sending the unit back for warranty repair/replacement (whichever they suggest to you). It is clearly malfunctioning, beyond user control - send it back as a warranty claim (if you still have one on this model). It won't cost you in repairs that way.
Don't put up with a defective product, send it back - get it fixed under warranty free of charge (if applicable), or the unit replaced (again, if under warranty, free).
It won't cost hundreds of dollars and shouldn't take forever to resolve this simple case. Good luck. This is something the manufacturer should worry about; not you.
Posted on May 06, 2011
SOURCE: We have a Panasonic Blu
It sounds like the bluray laser is worn out. Try cleaning the lens with a Blu-ray lens cleaner. If that dosen't help it might be the blu-ray laser it self. The laser is dead. If you are under warranty the call the manufacture for service. Shop around for current retail prices. Bluray players have gone down alot and it might be better to go ahead a buy a new player.
Posted on May 24, 2011
Get a CD/DVD laser lens cleaner - the kind with optical quality brushes sticking out of the bottom of the disk. Run this in the player/recorder a couple times. Should clear it up.
You can get them at Best Buy, Radio Shack, online, etc...
Posted on Jun 16, 2011
May I ask you first, is the disk that you're trying to play are the same disk that you played before with the same player and works fine? IF yes, then that is a lens problem.
You can clean the lens first with a cotton buds moisten with an alcohol and gently wipe it on the lens.
But first, you will need to take the cover off to access the laser lens.
There is a ribbon wire that connects between the mainboard and the pick up lens (optical lens) when cleaning of the lens did not solve the problem, try examining the ribbon connector make sure this ribbon is properly fitted to the terminal socket try detaching the connector and re insert it. If still it did not work then you have to replace the spindle motor.This motor is the one spinning the disk. Once this motor is faulty there will be no reading from the disk....
The part no. of the motor is printed on the motor sticker(surface) good luck!
Posted on Jul 29, 2011
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