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Lens of the product

I have a product of same brand. but due to some problem it is not working. after that i founded that the problem is for the lens. let me know how can i get the lens of particular product and what is the price.

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Re: lens of the product

Check the following places or the prices are vary depends on the brand of your set.good luck.

Posted on Apr 26, 2007

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Sylvania SDVD7030 will not read disc. I have tried everything I could think of and it just say no disc and made sure it was the disc

Return the product to the place of purchase, this is clearly a manufacture defect and warranty should cover exchange.

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Not reading any DVD's.


First check if your DVD is compatible with the disc, if it is compatible and is not playing, then it means your lens is either weak or bad.

Try to use a lens cleaner on it and if it does not work, then you replace the lens with a new one.
Replacing the lens is easy, all you have to do is get a replacement lens, then you open up your DVD player, with the appropriate screwdriver, locate the lens and replace it with the new one you got for it.

Take care and good luck

Oct 15, 2010 | Samsung BD-P1200 Blu-Ray Disc Player

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I have owned this DVD player for about 2 years and a few hours ago it stopped working. It will come up with the screen and say loading but then it goes to saying no disc. It has worked fine until today....

I have often found that when my DVD players acted up it was simply a dirty lens on the reader. Pop over to your local store and find a DVD cleaner Disc. Magnavox makes them (i suggest brand name over a generic one anyday) Hope that's the issue. :)

Aug 05, 2010 | GE 1101P DVD Player

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Putting a new disc and it wont read it


This particular model has good compatability with all disk types. Therefore the problem is unlikely to be with the type of disk you are using.

If this is happening with all disks then there is a problem with the laser reading the disk and this is usually due to dirt or debris on the lens.

You can avoid disassembly of the unit by trying a DVD cleaning disk such as this. The alternative is to clean the lens with a Q-Tip and some isopropyl alcohol.

If the problem is confined to one brand of disk then suspect the disk itself as some recorders are picky about which brand disks they can read.

Hope this helps. Thanks for using FixYa.

Jan 01, 2010 | Panasonic DMR-ES25 DVD Recorder

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It won't, it's not designed to read ****, just dvd and cd discs.

But if you have been trying to use it to read **** then you possibly have **** on the lens. It often happens when you use it as intended too.

Try using a regular lens cleaning disc first but if that doesn't work then either the laser or the head transportation system has failed.

They CAN be replaced, but Durabrand are one of those 'no name' ultra-budget brands which just buys in generic products from China and has it's name put on the front.

This means that the internal transport mechanism could be from any of a number of manufacturers. It'll cost you $25 or so just to have it opened up to try and identify whether spares are available, or if you're reasonably technically minded and have an anti static mat or wrist strap you could open it and check for yourself.

If parts are available, then they're likely to cost in the order of $40 -$45 plus shipping, and then you may have fitting costs as well. Sorry, but I'd argue that when you can buy a used portable DVD player in full working order for around $60 and brand new ones for around $90 then it's uneconomic to repair this one.

If you do throw the machine away, list the remote control handset on an auction website. You can often get an easy $15-$20 even for obscure brands like yours.

Jul 01, 2009 | Durabrand DPX3290L Player

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Trying to finalise a DVD-RW disc and it 'hangs' at 95% - have to power off to get it out of machine. Any ideas why?

Even if a recorder is supposed to work fine on both +R, -R etc. , often you find out, that due to error correction methor, a device worksd well on one or the other type.

I often get troubles with many DVD low price brands, try testing some good ones like Verbatim, TDK, Sony , Philips etc.
Hope this had been helpful, test both a good brand DVD-R and a Good brand DVD+R.
If it still has problems when finalizing the CD, then it can be the usual lens problem, in this case try using a lens cleaner.
Or the DVD you are writing is too big in size and your player has problem on the final phase of DVD writing. If Data nearly takes all the 4.7 Gb allowed, there won't be enough space to finalize the DVD.

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Bought Durabrand portable 9inch dvd model PDV-709 malmart Alexandria Lousiana January 2008 the picture is not working properly took it in to New zealand registered electronics dealer he said problem is it...

the 1 year is with the manufacturer contact them and make them fix/replace it look in your packaging for a 800 contact #, i found this on the net...

Durabrand was first started in early 2003 as a brand only made for Wal-Mart stores in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom, as a generic brand for electronics, but has grown to be available near-internationally (due to Wal-Mart's global reach). The products are marked for only Wal-Mart stores and available in very few other stores than Wal-Mart. Its name, Durabrand, was named that to mean durability at a low price. Like most generic brands, Durabrand is a chain of different manufacturers. Durabrand is chained with Lenoxx Sound, Alco, Funai (which would also include Emerson, Sylvania, and Symphonic), Orion, Maxell, Resonance, Initial Technology, and many other different companies. The prices of a majority of their products are often considered loss leaders.

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RE: Problem with SAMSUNG DVD-R135

If I understand correctly It would play DVD-R just fine & then it was no longer able to read them. If this is the case, are you using the same brand of DVD-R discs? Some read better than others Try using Imation they seem to read in alomost anything. If you still have problems I would suggest opening the unit & cleaning the lens with a cotton swab lightly soaked with rubbing alcohol. Especially if it has been used in an enviroment wich is dusty or the unit has been smoked around. If it worked correctly in the first place I would assume a firmware update would not fix the problem. It is harder for the drive to read a burned disc than a pressed disc so that is why I recomend cleaning the lens. It has always worked for me.

If it still will not work then I would say that the laser pickup is failling, If thats the case in time it will no longer read retail DVD's

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here is the link to the user manual, troubleshooting and venturer support contact details; Hope this helps, please post again if not :)

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