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Trys to load and skips from frame to frame

The dvd trys to load and play. I get two or three wiggly frames, then nothing. Counter keeps counting and I get audio now and then. I bought a laser cleaner by Phillips, ran it several times, but same results when I tried a dvd. What do you think?

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  • mcpheel Jan 01, 2009

    says loading then makes a whirring noise, worked good for about 3 months

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I would try and take off top cover then using q tips to manually clean the lenses dont worry about the laser it is made to move in all directions so go ahead and apply slight pressure when cleaning i usually use a wet one then a dry one to asorb excess moisture.


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