While looking inside the dvd I noticed that the lens had fallen out of place. How can this item fall out of place? How can it get fixed or you recommend taking it to a repair shop?Do you think this a warraty item?
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Hello...I have a suggestion for you...If this is a new player..I't should be under warranty...If the power button fell out...you need to return it because to me...This indicates a factory defect..and trying to put it back in would involve removing the front panel at the very least...which would likely void the warranty and/or cause further damage to the unit...and the way I see it...if it fell out once....it'll fall out again...It is defective....I know how you feel about returning items but the warranty is for your protection....Word to the wise...return it and get a replacement...DON'T OPEN THE UNIT!!!!!...I hope this was helpful...PEACE..
You set has a possible failure of the optical head , which could have gone weak. First of all you need to open the set and look inside the tray that holds the CD. If you notice there is a small eye like lens that sticks around a black module. Use a good cotton swap to gently clean this lens to poilish it with care. Thereafter after cleaning connect the set and put in an original cd that has no scratches. If you have an head cleaner try to use it provided it is of a good quality. If this does not solve, then I sugggest that you will need to replace the optical head. You will have to take out the optical head unit after disassembling the mechanism. Procure the same type spare from an authorised centre. Using a non static soldering irron remove the bridge across the PCB before you install. If you are not familiar seek expert help as an inexperienced work might result in failure of the sensitve device. after fixing the spare , replace all the removed parts carefully. Now you can test. I hope my adivce helps. Good Day
unplug the dvd player, now take the screws off the cover there may be 4 to 6 screws around it , from the back of player use both hands and lift the cover off gently .. you will gain access to the dvds DONOT SHAKE THEM OUT!!!!!! take them out gently one at a time... this should solve your problem..
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First have look around see if the discs caused any damage to any of the parts. However you need to be a little clearer on what happens when you attempt to play a disc. For instance does it read the disc? If not perhaps some dust got into the lens area and you might need to clean it.
If discs skip, freeze or doesn't read, along with the recording problem, then it could be a dirty lens. If cleaning lens doesn't fix it the optical p/u assembly will have to be replaced. Make sure the items you are trying to record aren't copy guarded.
yes that is very possible. cleaning the lens of the dvd player should happen atleast once a month. it can also be that the lens itself is scratched or the lase does not reach the disk tracks due to dust or bad handling