We have only had this player for 2 weeks. The button you push to insert the dvd does not work properly. Now, out of nowhere it stopped working. Then, it said no disc. Then, it started spinning like it was going to take off somewhere !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The sound quality was very poor from the start as well. I am not happy with this unit whatsoever.
I hate to be the one to tell you this but this player has had more then its share of problems! These units are almost all defective and stores have had an over 69% return rate!! because of the poor quility of these units! ( The player is not worth fixing and I would return it as soon as possible! even if you dont have the recipt the store should at least give you store credit!
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Turn on the DVD player. It generally takes a few seconds to get going. Take out the DVD if there's one in the drive already.
Make sure the disc isn't scratched or dirty. Use a soft rag to clean the disc if you see any smudges. Insert the CD into the DVD player's disc drive and close it.
Press the "Play" button on the DVD player or remote control. Some DVD players will begin reading the disc automatically. Pushing the button works just as well.
Use the "Scene Selection" buttons on your remote to select a track. Some DVD players have odd ways of ordering the buttons on the remote. You might have to play around a bit before you find all the right buttons to work the CD playing function of your machine.
Crank it up and enjoy your music. The DVD player will act just like a CD player and play the tracks of the CD through the TV.
Hello If the DVD do not spins inside the playere, this type of fault can occur. Open the top cover of the player and insert a dvd. See whether it spins inside or not. If not, replace the motor that spins the disc inside. This motor is known as Sled motor. If disc spins inide and the player do not read or play it, replace the Laser Pickup Unit. It is faulty.
Hello If reset option did not make all the functions revert to its factory settings, there may be some fault with its firmware. the firmware update should be done. But before that, insert a dvd disk [not Blu_Ray disc] in and see whether the set reads it an starts to play. If not, just open the top cover of the set, and look whether the disc inserted spins inside it as we power ON the set. If it does not spins, the sled motor should be checked. If disc doe not spin inside any disc player, the fault you points out here will occur. Just check this, and inform me. OK
Push in the plug connected to the "Video Out" jack on the rear of the Dvd to ensure it is connected firmly. Check the connection at the back of the TV as well.
Press the "Source" or "Input" button on the TV remote to verify the television's input is set to the DVD connection.
Press the "open/close" button on the front of the DVD to open the disc tray. Insert and test different DVDs to determine if the problem is with a specific disc, or if the player will not operate.
Eject the DVD tray and insert the DVD laser lens cleaner. Close the tray and wait a few seconds for the cleaning disc to load. Press "Play" on the front control panel to spin the disc through the cleaning cycle.
Remove the cleaning disc, insert a DVD and test playback operation. If the machine still will not play discs, the main receiver unit may require internal repairs best left to an experienced technician.
In the front of the Tray of the DVD is a small hole using a paper clip or similar piece of straight stiff wire, insert it into the hole, push in until you hear/feel a click, keep pushing gently and the tray will pop open.
I have bad news for you, Amphion Mediaworks is no longer in business. The closed their doors a few years ago. In addition there is very little to no service documentation on their products so finding a repair shop willing to repair these units will be a task in and of itself.
Your best bet is to buy a new unit, or attempt to find a shop willing to repair the unit. I have had 4 customers I had to turn away for lack of finding the proper documentation to begin repairs on their systems.
I even had one customer try to sue me because while I repaired his DVD player I had to use what I knew about DVD players, and he wanted copies of the service documentation, but refused to believe that there was no documentation.
Reset you player by doing the following:
With the player on, hooked properly to your television, and on the correct station:
Open the tray
Close the tray (with no DVD inserted)
Hold the stop button down for a full 5 seconds
The CyberHome screen should appear. You should be able to play your dvd's now.
Do you have both video and audio cables connected? Yellow or S-Video cables are only for video, you also need to connect the red and white RCA connectors on player and TV for stereo sound. If you have already done this, check the player's menu to see if there is a setting for external or auxiliary audio.