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Re: broken disc left in DVD player
Depending on how involved you want to get. The cover needs to come off to access the disc. Not all that complicated just remove screws and remove cover and your good. Just remember what screws came out of what holes, some might be longer or shorter.
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Recorded from tv shows to DVD Disc have to hookup AV RCA component cables to both to Tv and DVD recordable player model connections together.Yes,u will able to recordable VHS tapes to DVD Discs.But ur DVD player model u have it is must be a recorderable DVD player model?Not just a DVD Discs and VHS tapes player only model.Check ur owner manual all are in there.
Possible failure of the loading drive which eventually has the disc locked within.
So what is important is to check the power to the DVD section, is absent check on the fusible reisistors or the fuses the player.
If there is power to the main board then check the drive IC of the loading motor for power and signal input from the processor.
If present then check for mechanical jamming of the drive, failure of motor or gears or a broken disc..
This is a common problem for all combo units. The high voltage of the TV section attracts large amounts of particulate dust from the air and often it collects inside the DVD unit. The best way to deal with this is to clean the lens of the DVD unit u sing a cotton swab and alcohol. The store bought "cleaners" MAY work, but that is rare. These cleaners are nothing but small brushes embedded into a disc. They attempt to brush off hte dust. This rarely works. Open up the unit (if you feel comfortabel in doing so) to access the DVD section. Remove the top cover and carefully clean the lens. That should resolve the problem.
All you have are common problems anywhere. Make sure DVD discs are not pirated or not digitally copied. Most players like DVDs are quite sensitive. Most likely, laser lens are dirty or covered with dust. The best way to eliminate the problem is to clean your lens by using disc cleaner available in the market somehow. Drop a small amount of solution on the little brush adhered at the disc itself, load the disc into the tray, like a normal you play and push the botton PLAY , Some cleaner has an audio or video , so that you will be know the operation or further instructions.
Hope this will help solve the problem... Good luck.
You may have had a brief power outage you did not know about. Then the DVD player needs to be unplugged from the wall and started up again or your lens may need to be cleaned
Because your dvd player is only made to play region 1 discs and vcd's are region 2. You need to buy a dvd player which will play all region discs or is rated region 0 which is the same.
If you had tried more than one dvd disc on the player then you are having a lens problem cleaning wont help.over the years of using the set the lens moved out of alignment there are two small screws at the bottom of the lens, the one to the right is for dvd and the one to the left is for cd dics. adjust the one for the dvd turn it anti clock wise.if that does not work replace the lens.good luck.