Not exactly sure if this is where it needs to be (new to this forum), but J and Night, thanks. I was able to find liteon's info page on this board, but it's the hookup I'm unsure of. The front panel plug isn't labelled, so I don't know where the power switch pins are. It's an 18 pin fixture, missing just one from the set. On one side I can make out "holed""reset", and "irda", but the other side backs into the workings of the board and I can't see any related markings. Thanks, Brad
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There are thousands of models of so-called universal remotes, each of it supporting a limited number of brands , each brand having just a limited number of devices.
To program your remote you should look in its manual at the DVD player to see if the brand LiteOn is supported. If it is you should check that your exact model is there if it is then the code beside it will be the one to use. If your exact model isn't listed you should try all the other codes from the LiteOn. If none of them work or LiteOn isn't supported you should try all the other codes under the DVD section. If no codes work then your remote simply doesn't support your player. In that case your only option is to search for another remote that will support it.
The fuse is internal, and soldered to the circuit board. It can be replaced by soldering - an old-timers trick is to get a new fuse (with pig-tails) and just solder in parallel with the old - no removal needed.
There is no ,LiteOn authorised repair centre in India. You can get in touch with a local repair technician for the same . Alternatively you send Liteon support people an email. Incase they have a tieup with an indian service & repair company.They would let you know.Find the link below http://www.liteonit.com/global/index.php?option=com_wrapper&Itemid=70
I had the same issue with a liteon DVD drive I had. It worked fine and then one day it couldn't write to a DVD if I paid it to. I troubleshooted it for a few days, installed all the latest updates and patches and still nothing. From what I could tell, it baiscally died. So fortunately Liteons are relatively cheap so I just went out and got another LiteOn and it worked just fine. I would consider purchasing a new Drive.
If you lost the software, you can try contacting LiteOn for a replacement, but you'll probably have to go to your local tech store and buy more software. I recommend Nero or Easy CD/DVD Creator, or get the opinion of someone that works there. Make sure you do NOT open it until you get home and check online that it has the features you need, as you will be unable to return it if you open it.
We searched everywhere, and could not find any manual. You will also need drivers for the chipset. The best we could do is this link http://www.liteon.com/prod/getService.do?xml_id=4_6&xml_id=4_6 which you can email Lite-On and get the information or links emailed to you. Sorry that we were not more helpful.
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