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My DVD player stop in the final part of film

My DVD player ( TELESYSTEM TS5.3VX ), show the film, but at 10 minuts from end, stop it, freezen image, and doesn't go over.
If I repeat, or play at 20x speed, the film stop in the same scene.
This for all DVD/films (non self writed, but original dvd purchased).
How to resolve?
I have open the case, and viewed that laser try to read versus external part of disk, an repeat more times, then stop, and last image stay frozen, alwais the same, for every film.

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  • realmeteo Apr 22, 2009

    I have already done it, but doesn't resolve.

  • Lutte Lenzer May 02, 2013

    I have the same problem - sharp bdhp21s

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Try cleaning the DVD if there is scratches use a scrstch removal cleaning system or you can take it to a video store and most likly they will clean it for free for ya. if the DVD is free of scratches/dirt clean the player with a DVD cleaning kit.

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