Question about Memorex MVD2042 DVD Player
I turn it on, put in the dvd, then it just says ''loading'' Eventually it says no disk. It worked fine last week! Any ideas?
could be dirty laser, try a laser cleaning cd,you should get a little bottle with alcohol in to put on the little brushes, if that doesn't work could be the laser has given up the ghost
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
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The only troubleshooting you can try is to unplug the unit for 30 minutes. If the problem persists, the unit needs to be repaired. If you're under warranty, the manufacturer will repair or replace the unit. If you're out of warranty, they may have an out of warranty exchange or repair program.
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Posted on Aug 04, 2009
I would first check to see if eye is not scratched or dirty and clean it if nesassary..
If you unplug the unit for a few minutes it should reset it's self.ok
and good luck on the drive i am a retired navy vet and know what you are going thru with the move.
best regards michael
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
Your toshiba is not spinning that's why it keeps on saying loading. Unplug the dvd Open the device,once open plugin the dvd and put the dvd cleaner in the player. take your finger on the top where the dvd disk is and spin the disk. What happening is that you are cleaning the len. keep spinning until it spin on its own.Put the toshiba top back on and clean again. It should clean on it's on. Now you can play your dvd. Clean your dvd on a regular basic.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
Sounds like a build up of dust on the lens.
2 options -
Either buy a DVD lens cleaner
Note DVD LENS cleaner, NOT DVD Cleaner the latter is for the discs, not the player
or second option is to remove lid from your player (usually 5 or 6 screws) and gently swab the lens with a cotton bud or similar soft lint free product. Try not to push too hard on the lens or you may damage the mechanism.
The lens is really obvious as it faces upwards and looks like a small round clear glass bead.
Make sure its unplugged too!
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
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