Loud mechanical noises from my dvd player during loading,advcing,
My dvd player is making loud and noticeable grinding type noises, kind of mechanical type sounds, esp. when disc is loading or when player re-sets timer in begining of movie in between the coming attractions type ads. Also seems to make a humming or faint buzzing type noise when disc is spinning. Are theese problems normal to all dvd players?
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Hi..the reason for the problem is u have
to clean ur dvd lense.u can clean the lense
using the lense cleaner cd.This will be available
outside.once u clean it will work properly without
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I will strong recommend you to go to the repair shop TV for fix. the reason is there many servomechanism inside that need LUBE , or replace gear broken or worn, or belt worn.and shaft needed lube and adjust it. However see the flowchart.God bless you
Might have a loose or broken plastic parts or a spinning motor is missing the gears of the machine device.Tries take the device hold it tight lift it over ur head shakes it a few times.That the easiest way to fixed grinding noises.
You can try a reset, but I doubt it would do much good. The loud grinding noises and failure to record sound to me like the DVD-RAM drive has had it. This sadly is not a cheap part to replace, and there's the issue of fitting/alignment/firmware upgrade etc.
Uneconomical for a model that is over 4 years old (since it has no digital tuner).
However, if you are prepared to spend a small fortune on a workshop repair/replacement DVD drive, go ahead, but I warn you it could cost as much as, if not more than the price of a new VHS/DVD recorder combo unit.
The grinding could be the laser trying to read, so you could try a CD/DVD cleaner product> It also could be the laser is off track or damaged and you would need to have it repaired or buy a new player.