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Slow Playback I just started using my DVD player after a period of inactivity lasting about a month. Now when I start playing a DVD, it gets slower and slower as the DVD goes on and it's unwatchable. Is it ruined?

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First try using a dvd cleaner. It's possible that dust got on the lens from the inactivity. The DVD should not be ruined but try cleaning before using again. Hope this helps.

Posted on Dec 21, 2008

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