Question about LG RC199H DVD Recorder/VCR
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Generally when this happens you have one of two problems. 1) your laser lense is dirty or 2) your laser is shot. You didn't mention how old your unit is or how many hours are on it. To answer the first question......Unplug unit. Remove all cases until you can see the lense. Should be facing up and look like a fish eye. Using 200 proof alcohol and commercial swabs (lint free) moisten swab and gently clean lense. Use as little pressure as possible and be very careful. Blow lense and assembly dry using canned air. Reassemble and if all went well the unit should work. If not you probably need a new laser assembly which means you need a new unit. Price to replace would be as much or more than a new unit. Hope this helps.
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Posted on Feb 13, 2010
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