I have an Onkyo 6 Disc DVD Player. It is frozen. When you Plug it in. and prsee the power on. It Powers on and then any of the button do not work Or I plug it in and then click the disopen button it opens for the disk and after that None of the button works not even the disk close/open button too.
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I recently had a similar problem with my Onkyo DV-CP706...the "DVD mechanism" part was bad. I sent the unit to the ABL Electronics in Michigan and they fixed it. They are an authorized Onkyo repair center. If you're still under warranty they'll fix it for free. My unit was not, but I opted to fix it rather than purchase a new one. They will clean your unit, inspect it for other potential problems, and it will come back to you better than it was when it was new from the store.
Similar Issue happen to one of my client what we have done is putting the JPEG files into folders (Not Subfolder). It worked well however some JPEG images being skipped if the size is unusual. JPEG images will appear as tracks. Hope this will be helpful. If issue persist please post once more. Also let me know if WMA files are being played.
I had a similar problem with Onkyo DV-CP706--it would play CD's but wouldn't play or recognize DVD's. Looking at other people with Onkyo problems, it looks like this is the most common part to fail on their DVD players. I had mine fixed by an authorized Onkyo repair center, ABL Electronics, located in Michigan. They said a part called "DVD Mechanism" was bad. They replaced that part, cleaned the machine and ran diagnostic checks for other problems, then sent it back to me. It now works perfectly and makes less noise than it did when it was new. If your Onkyo unit is still under the limited warranty, they will fix it for you for free. Mine wasn't, so it ended up costing just a little less than buying a new machine, but I feel like it was worth it. You never know what you'll get with a new machine, especially if you buy online.
the laser using a lazer disc cleaner not only does the disck get dirty
but the lazer too when its too dirty it wont read the disc -- disc error
heres a piture of one you get them from electronics shops
Press the Open button on your Onkyo DVD-player to Open the drive tray. Using the remote press 9, 9, 9 and 9 on your remote control. Press the 1 button on your remote control for region 1, 2 for region 2, and so on, or 9 for multi-region. Press OK and the tray will close. Reset the unit by powering Off and then back On again.
1. Press Open/Close on remote control. DVD tray opens.
2. Press the following buttons in sequence: 2, 8, 1, 2.
3. TV displays "Region 2"
4. Press the Enter button on the remote until code changes to 9
5. Press the Open/Close on the remote. DVD tray closes.
6. Press Power on the remote control.
Now code free...