Hey, this looks familar. Here's the same answer (first)....
Sometimes this is a dirty surface on the Disk. Watching it with a soft
cloth and non-abrasive 'gentle' dish soap can help. At least, that's
what Netflix tells me to do with them.
If it's happening on EVERY disk, and all you're playing are commercial,
new, pre-recorded DVDs, then there's more things to try. Some links
from reputable sources:
After all that fails, it's probably time to change the DVD drive inside
the player. Sometimes this is easy, sometimes not. :) with the DRC
630N, this would be more in the 'not' arena. :)
Of course, if you have a valid warranty, then when you're left with no
solutions that don't void the warranty, you have to decide whether to
try to pass it off to the warranty holder for repairs.
But, with more information....can you still play the games that this unit comes with? Assuming so, then the problem is probably one of alignment of the read sensor. This is generally a repairman fix.
Dec 30, 2007 |
RCA DRC6300N DVD Player/VCR