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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If they're clean (i.e. not scratched up or dirty) store-bought CDs (burnt CDs can be iffy in some players), then yes you should return it.
Posted on Sep 19, 2007
SOURCE: lg da3520 home cinema system
you have probably to clean up your dvd player with a clean up CD. After that if your dvd player doesn't want to read a dvd but play a cd, your laser output must be to fix. you'll have to go to a specialist.
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
SOURCE: "NO DISC" reading
Try this CD realignment process built into the Sharp XL HP505: Have unit off.
Hol down the square (stop) button and the X-BASS button while pressing the ON button. This starts the CD TEST. press play, the memory, then memory, memory, memory, adjustment lights will come on the screen. FOF, TOF, TBAL, TGAN, FGAN, RFLS. press cd1 - track 4, press cd2 - track 9, press cd3 - track 15. Press square (Stop).
If all the cd trays are full, then will light up . This worked for me.
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
I have had his problem several times. The fan pulls in dust at a rate of knots. The optics are so sensitive that a speck will cause the proble. What I do when this happens is to get a can of air cleaner and blow out the dust from the optics. Now look, most of you people are savvy. However, here are a few caveats for the uninitiated.
1. Ensure you have unplugged it first before removing the cover and don't touch the power board.
2. Dont hold these air cans upside down or sideways because if you do then you will squirt sub zero degrees liquid 'whatever' onto the lens (very bad).
After unplugging, just undo the 5 screws and take off the lid. The optics section is in the very middle of the dvd transport component (there's a ribbon attached to it). Blow this out with the air can a.k.a 'air duster' (available at most electronics shops or online). Replace the lid and try a dvd that didn't work before. If it fails, redo the job.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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