Bought this in 2003 and worked great for a while, then refused to eject discs. Got it repaired worked on two occasions then the same thing. Now it does not accept discs and the screens says "Reading' for the longest while. Late 2003 I gave up and I now want to get a new system in the same price range $600 - $800. Not necessarily the Sony brand. Any idea?
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If it does this with all disks then the problem is with the unit itself. U can try a firmware update but that is usually to improve the players ability to play some newer releases - no effect on older ones that should play properly.
There is nothing you can do with this problem unless you are able to repair DVD players, the loading mechanism of any DVD player is very complicated, chances are a small part has broken. Call the dealer and ask for the phone # of the repair center they use, call them for an estimate, don't go through the dealer, they will double the repair bill from the radio shop.
try to put the dvd disc to a dvd rom of your computer. i hope it reads it. then save it to your computer. so that in near future youll have the videos from the dvd disc. edit it in some video making softwares like ulead movie maker, windows movie maker, nero movie maker etc.. and make a full quality dvd video of your own. hope that helps!
Some models of PIONEER cd players had radio frequency problems that caused them to work on and off. Are you near any radio or braodcast towers? Poorly shielded power supplies cause this as well. A weak laser diode in the pick-up assembly in model runs could be the problem. You might want to Google the model number and see if this is common for these units.
in order to repair CD changer you have to be equiped with special tools and knowledge. This repair is only possibble in Authorized Sony Service or at the shop with best references for this kind of job.