I've had this unit for around three years, I believe, and it has worked relatively well up until now. However, now when I turn on the system, it will work for a short period of time, but then a popping sound is emitted from the speakers, and the system goes either into standby, or shuts off completely. The only past problem I've had with it is that the sound would periodically fail to initialize upon turning the unit on. Any information on the problem is greatly appreciated.
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This unit has two locks for demonstration purposes so discs can't be stolen.
With the unit powered on, press and hold stop button and power button on main unit for at least three seconds until it shows unlocked.
With the unit powered on, press and hold play button and power button on main unit for at least three seconds until it shows unlocked.
I have the same system. I've had no trouble until a year ago, then the system got particular about when it wanted to play DVDs. I've also used lens cleaner to no avail. It plays some DVD's but plays all CD's and some copies. It has given me good service but cost me a lot of money. I hope there is a simple solution to this.
now a days we can't sourly say that, the new electronic equipments will work for along time. you have mentioned that ur dvd player has no problem for the last 3 years. its very good.
from ur narration i think ur dvd players power supply have some problem. may it will the only problem. just try to service it. may work for the comming three years.
i once had a panasonic dvd player which displayed the same code H02 and
used the same drive mechanism as your player. this turned out to be a
worn spindle motor and once replaced, all worked fine. you may well
have the same fault. hope this helps?
It sounds like a capacitor in the power supply is just about to die. With the power disconnected have a look at the large tin can looking gizmos near the power transformer. There could be a couple of them. Leave the unit switched off for a while before going near them they could still pack a splat. Replace them with the same value and make sure they're connected the right way and it should solve your problem.
Whilst in there have a good look for any other smaller capacitors which look as if they're getting rounded at the top. Replace them too.
Either that or dig deep and buy a new one.