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I think if you try a CD disc, you will find that disc will play. The Optical Pickup(laser) has worn out of specification. There are actually 3 lasers in the unit; a CD, DVD and Blu Ray lasers. They are all use different wavelengths of light, so one laser cannot cover all 3 wavelengths. Unfortunately, you will need a new pickup. Again, try the CD. I'm 90% sure it will play fine, unless the pickup is covered in dust(like my house :-(. If you would like more information, or would like to inquire about having your Philips repaired, please visit my website at audioserviceclinic.com. Thank you.
If the firmware update is done then you may have a problem in the laser lens, it is either dirty or the laser is defective or the laser reader chip is defective. Due to the fact that Blu Ray players are now dirt cheap compared to just 2 years ago the cost to repair would exceed the cost to replace with a new player. Try cleaning the laser lens with a cleaning kit, they are available all over and very cheap. Could you please rate my help for Fixya. Thanks
Software on blu-ray players need to be updated occasionally. You may need to visit Samsung's website for instructions on updating the software on your player. This may be as simple as downloading a file or requesting an update disc.
If your system has hdmi in puts put the blu ray player into it then from hdmi out on system to hdmi in on your tv.Now take a phono lead from tv out put to a input on your system,could be marked "aux,tv,sat".For tv sound set the system to prologic2,blu rays should decode themselves,if not check settings for audio out on player.
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