Question about Sanyo DVW-5000 DVD Player/VCR
We experienced a power outage and when power resumed I tried using the remote so I may set the time and programming for record again, but the remote will not work. Did the remote test on my cam and I get the light when I press a button, so my remote is working but cannot operate the dvd/vcr. Another problem before the outage the dvd player would not read many disk or when disk like that on a box series set where several episodes exist on a single disk, there would be skipping not able to read disk. Other disk it says cannot read disk and ejects to dvd. After power outage, also realized that now the dvd door will not even open just like another problem listed already.
Hi, this is a bit basic, try turning of for about 1/2 hour, to enable to discharge, then try again.
( I have used this on industrial installations, with far to complex computers stuff inside, and that mainly works)
Posted on Apr 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you have not plug out your set for a while then i recommend to do now leave it for about 2 days then plug it in back if it does the same problem,then have a tech look at your set.good luck
Posted on Jun 04, 2007
The problem I found with a unit I just got was that there is a capacitor next to a B1117 voltage regulator, I also though that
the problem was that this component was overheating but the
solution was to simply replace a 16V 100uF capacitor with a
bigger one, in my case a 16V 470uF.
Now my DWM-400 is working great.
If for obvious reasons you can't perform the replacement, just
take your unit to a repair shop and tell them to look for that capacitor.
tip: there are three B1117's, the one in question is the hottest one.
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
SOURCE: DVD Eject tray stuck
Your problem is more than likely mechanical. There is a belt that makes connection between the motor and the loading mechanism. Take the unit apart. Remove the belt it is probably in the front. Clean the belt and pullies with denatured alcohol. reassemble. The best solution is to replace the belt but this may get you working till you get one. Belt sources http://www.mcmelectronics.com/
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Posted on May 15, 2008
SOURCE: DVD player problem
I had the same problem before. I found a loose rubber ring which drives the door open/close may be the cause. Use honey wax or candle wax to wax the ring will be most likely to solve the problem. The only thing is you need open the box by yourself.
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
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