Question about Sony DVP-NC80V DVD Player
I have the same 5 min problem i am trying to clean the dust off the lens
Posted on Jan 16, 2007
If this happened after a power surge, it's possible that one or more capacitors in the power supply have been damaged, and that could cause the player to act up. Otherwise, the symptom you're experiencing is a classic one of the laser pickup not reading the tracks on the disc (assuming you meant to say it switches the disc after approx 5 Seconds). If it is within the warranty period, it would be worth getting looked into. You can get a good CD/DVD player to act up like this by placing the discs upside down on the platter.
Posted on Jan 13, 2007
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