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ILO05 "NO DISC" Fault

Hello, I'm Senaka From Sri Lanka. I've a ILO05 DVDR player.First I got a No power Problem on this Receiver. I repaired that.(Replace 3 capacitors On power Supply).After 3 weeks (since yesterday)it says "NO DISC".After i open that i saw the laser is reading but the spindle motor doesn't rotate, i need to conform that it is a motor problem or the Laser get weak? as i don't have any Service manual with me I'm blind for this.I appreciate if some one can help me to repair this My E mail Address is Regards, Senaka

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Re: ILO05 "NO DISC" Fault

Hello senaka, First I would check the motor with an ohmmeter to see if it if blown out, if it is replace it if the motor is ok then check the motor supply circuitry. I believe that the motor is not getting the proper voltages. This may have caused or be the result of your capacitor failure. Also clean the laser with a DVD cleaning disk .

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