Question about Toshiba Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Its loading mechanism has the fault. It must be replaced. Check its loading belt, before replacing the loader mechanism.
Picture of the loader mechanism is given here.
Posted on Feb 28, 2012
1) try to clean the button with special contact cleaner spray
2) if this work, is o.k otherwise use the r. control and try to open the tray if work, is obvious the button was dirty. If doesnot work, you must the DVD player.
3) inspect any belt and replace, and lube any shaft +gear with small lubricant( vaseline) and replace any parts broken.Tight any wires connector very well and clean it.
4) if doesnot resolve the problem you must go the repair shopt TV for fix it.
God bless you
Posted on Aug 01, 2012
Have you checked to see if it is off track? Sometimes when these machines get bumpbed, dropped, or fall they can jump track. You have to take the cover off and inspect to see if it is off track when it closes and opens. It should go all the way back on the track when it closes. Be careful not to shock yourself. If it is on when you do it and your hand touches the metal parts inside you can get seriously burned or shocked.
Posted on Dec 02, 2012
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