The Player seems to power up......sometimes - I havre to unplug it and plug it back in. The player intermittantly powers up either with the remote, or the buttons on the unit. It will even cycle through the discs and find one, read it, decide if it is a CD or DVD. Then nothing works, even the power button.
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Lets try to diagnose the first problem first. Usually there is a small pin hole on the front of the dvd player to
eject it. If you can't find one, the next easiest option is to unplug
it and plug it back in and then trying to eject it. If that doesn't
work, then the motor to eject it or some other wire may have broken or
become loose. You will need to unplug the unit and then start taking
off the outer panel to get to the motor and dvd. It is pretty basic,
phillips screws on the outside and basically everywhere holding
everything together. Check the operation of the motor and whether a
belt came off track or if a gear is out of alignment. If everything
looks fine, check for power on the motor wires with a meter while
trying to eject the disc. If there is power, replace the motor with a
new one from an electronics store such as Radio Shack. If there is no
power, trace the wires back until you find the problem basically. I'd
bet it is the motor though. let me know if you have any questions or
need any more help.
2 things usually cause this kind of behaviour
1-the dvd+r have been burnt at a high speed
2-the dvd player itself is a bit old
when you burn your dvd+R always burn them at a lower speed lowest if possible it'll take longer but it's well worth it and you wouldn't have a problem playing them back
If you are plugging your DVD Power Plug into the TWC Box. Unplug it and plug it into a 'known' hot socket, (wall..con strip.etc.). Ensure the AC plug is inserted fully into the DVD player. The TWC AC connection may be disabled.
I had a LRM-519 that would not get past a very dimly lit "hello" on the
LED screen. I called tech support and was advised to make sure no disk
was in the unit and turn off the power from the unit (not the remote)
and unplug it from the wall outlet. While unplugged, hold down the
power button for 30 seconds then plug it back in. This didn't work the
first time, but after a few tries it worked for me. My unit hadn't
worked for nearly 3 months prior to this. Good luck.
I have been struggling with the same problem and almost rebuilt the power supply before finding the solution. In my case it was a faulty capacitor-C4, next to the diode D4. Replacing C4 and the machine performed as new. I hope this helps. Cheers