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Dvd pauses quite often as its playing

When a dvd is playing it keeps pausing quite often then it will stop doing it...then it does it again...then finally freezes....i played the same dvd on a different dvd player and it doesnt do it....i did clean the lens and the dvd.....but it still does it...what could be causing the problem?

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  • FNorm Feb 08, 2009

    I have the same problem with my Sanyo, I dry cleaned the lens, blew canned air in the player, washed the disk and still have the problem with one particular movie, which worked fine when we first played it. The player plays other cheap one dollar movies but has problem with the occasional upscale movie.

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The entire tray needs to be replaced.

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