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Occasional and very slight "flicker"

On some DVD's, say 50%, there is a almost unnoticeable "flicker" of pause in the video playback on my CA DVD89.
It is only slight, seems to be random and can be from say 5 to 50 seconds apart. Most people don't seem to notice it unless it is pointed out to them.

Possible layer transition? Audio sync?? Monitor compatability???
Repair agent can't fault.
Anyone else experienced this?
Any help on a solution appreciated.

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