Question about Televison & Video
Same problems, I live in subtropics - heat and humidity.
From net search: optimal pick-up unit has 2 laser diodes and 2 objective lenses. If diodes are weak or not aligned with objective lenses then wrong signal/information is read (- or not read). Therefore unit cannot read disc properly.
I think just cheap parts and poor manufacturing - for a limited life span - "our throw away culture" - long live global warming.
BUT the player on my PC works just fine though???
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
I had the same problem twice now, I am on here looking for replacement parts this time. The last time I had this problem I took the VCR apart and found a small round piece just floating around inside the case. I took out the DVD player and placed the small round piece back on the small silver post in the middle of the DVD player angled side up. Hope this helps. This time it’s something different for me.
Posted on Dec 15, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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