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Dvd player voice and pictures out of step with each other & I am up a tree as to the cause and solution . Help much appreciated ,Thank you . .... darylodell@yahoo.com ....

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Try a laser lens cleaning disc , and if that don't help then it will need to be manually cleaned

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