Question about Venturer PVS1971S Car DVD Player
This type of unit is made by a manufacturer for another to put their name on. Most likly, unless you go back where you purchaced the unit, it will be hard to get any parts or service for this player. It is most probably the tracking or focus servo, or the laser going bad, and will cost more then a new unit would be with labor. As a user, it will be tough to replace or service these types of decks unless you have test disc and the know how to do the critical servo alighnments and the grating alighnments to the laser pickup assemblies. Good Luck PS please do not forget to rate this thread.
Posted on Dec 11, 2006
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