Won this item on ebay, LEDs did not work, figured that out but now while playing cd's it just stops playing and after about 30 seconds restarts cd, about a min into playing it does the same thing. It takes forever to switch between songs and if you turn off the car it does not save the song you were on it instantly goes back to first song. Anyone have any ideas. I have no manual and cant find one online
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Are you sure yours is a DVD player? It could only be a CD-CD writer, which will NOT play DVDs.
Open your control panel ->system->hardware->device manager and click on the DVD/CD-ROM drives icon. The listed devices will tell you if you really have a dvd player or not. If you do really have a dvd player, try a different dvd
There are two LEDs in a DVD player. One is the right "color" for CDs and the other is for DVDs. Clearly, one of these LEDs has burned out. This is one for factory repair, if under warranty, or may be reparable by a local repair service.
Several causes for non-playback: 1. Your CD player doesn't like CD-R 2. Your CD player doesn't recognize wma 3. The music you converted to wma is copy protected and the CD player wont play due to that.
Solutions: 1. Most likely this isn't the problem as most working CD/DVD players recognize CD-R. Double check with your user manual. 2. Check your DVD player's playback formats. Most will play mp3 and wav. If that's the case, rip your music to mp3. 3. There are many hacks out there to remove copy protection. This you'll have to figure out on your own :)
open up your dash get 1 short RCA cable (red and white) male ends on them
now place the red and white RCA into the back of DVD in-dash player next step the aftermarket CD player should have 2 rca plugs that say aux put the other end red and white RCA cable that you just put into DVD unit into the aux inputs on back of CD player when this is done reinstall both units back into the dash now on your CD player press the source button till aux appears once this is done you will hear the DVD player sound...........now if you press the source button and no aux appears......hold down the source button till the CD player powers off...........once CD player is off hold down the F (function) button till beep or unit turns on a display use the skip buttons or F (function) button to go threw features once you get to aux turn aux to on now hold the source button down again till unit powers on normally once this is done press source button again till you find aux........if you get sound and the TV doesn't work let me know and ill guide you to get that running too (if there are no aux RCA plugs on the back of CD player) let me know (sometimes there is a headphone looking plug on back of CD units) if what i told you doesn't work let me know the brand of CD player you have so i can give you correct setups I'm only going by your in-dash DVD player right now
hope i was able to help get you sound
mine has the same issue. you can use the other functions, but it is rather annoying having to wait for the system to figure out it is broken. You could just remove the DVD player so it doesn't test it every time you turn the power on. I opened mine up and figured out it was just a plastic piece that came lose and jammed the DVD rack. Im going to contact Panasonic to figure out how the piece goes back in.
If it is under warranty, then try to get another battery from the company or you can get another battery yourseld on ebay like item number 250261738286. When rechargeable battery operated devices act like this, it is most likely due to a battery that just does not charge to full capacity because it is old (I did take not that you mentioned that it is fairly new) or just bad. Let us know know how it goes.
When you say it won?t read are you trying to play commercial DVD movies or read DVD data disks?
If you're trying to play movies then you need a couple of things the first being some type of player program. Real player works as does Windows media player but usually DVD drives come with a striped down version of PowerDVD or WinDVD.
If you in fact have a player installed and when a DVD is inserted in your drive it doesn't play it may not be configured to automatically play DVDs. Try opening your player program and trying to manually play your DVD.
Let us know if you have any success or if you need more assisted. If you do let us know what player program and operating system you have and any error messages that may appear.