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You can put a CD/DVD cleaner disk to put into your TV to clean the laser’s eye. The best cleaner disks have the “whisker” that protrudes from the disk and have a fluid you put on the whiskers to aid in the cleaning. Read the cleaner’s directions before using.
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If the TV takes a long time to read the disks and or the TV is not able to read the disks, then the DVD assembly has failed. You could purchase a replacement DVD assembly and install it yourself if you think you are up to it. You just have to remove the stand, the back of the unit, and the old DVD assembly.
I hope this information has helped you.
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