The unit was acting strange so I took off the outer cover and the metal plate inside that has the white plastic 1 and 1/2 " circular disk with a small metal inner disk that's less then a 1/4" across. This interfaces with the inner black disk that is attached to the gray plate that is just underneath the loading tray. You can feel the magnetic pull as you interface the two together. The problem is nothing spins up.
I own a Cyberhome 300 and the mechanism seems almost the same and when you load a disk in, it spins up immediately. Is there any fix or special way the two disk are suppose to interface that will make it spin again? The unit seems to be fine in all other areas, comes on, shows the time, the tray opens etc but simply will not spin up.
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First the Dvr 1200 has hard ware failure in it the tray eject unit and the display is failed ........................................it can fix in local service center.............................
Second your New DVR 1600 check the format of the dvd is it compactiable with format of the player and if face the same problem get it replaced as this is new player manual opening could lead no warranty on the player , it better to get it replaced ..
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I had the same problem.
This is what worked like a charm for me:
Take off the top cover and locate the drive.
On top of the drive will be a metal plate with a plastic circle in the middle.
This holds the disk in place when spinning.
Locate 2 little black screws which holds the plate on.
Loosen the screws slightly until the the tray opens.
If it is too tight the tray gets stuck.
I put two tiny pieces of double sided tape, about 1/16 of an inch, as spacers next to the screw holes so the plate stays tight.
It may not be necessary but I did it anyway.
The disc won't spin until the unit recognizes that there is actually a disc there. Try cleaning the lens using a cotton swab and alcohol. If that fails, try playing a CD. If the CD plays, the optics are starting to fail as reading a DVD requires higher laser power.
Hi, I found this site today cos I had a similar problem. To cut a long story short I found a slot on the bottom of the machine, below the disc tray, that has a white lever in it. After removing the power source I moved the lever to the side and the tray opened manually so I could remove the disc. It seems It was a duff DVDR as other discs now work fine. Good luck !