Question about Panasonic DVD-CV35 Multi-disc DVD Player
It usually plays a DVD for about an hour and then goes nuts, gets "stuck" and skips etc. Sometimes it plays a whole movie no problem, sometimes it won't play at all. And it's not the discs; they play fine in another player, laptop, or even PlayStation. Also, if I can't fix the Panasonic, someone gave me a little portable player (Daewoo DPC-8400N) and I'm wondering if it can be connected to a television? I seem to recall reading that on the box...but I no longer have the box...and haven't been able to find a manual or any info online. This site is telling me it's not a valid product! LOL! Thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
good day 2 you,, ,, i have some little advice on you,,
just open the top cover of your player and check the RIBBON WIRE of the LENS/EYE part then clean theGOLD FINGER/LINES
and get some clean cotton buds and a lighter fluid 2 clean the lens,,,,,ok,,
PS. dont use cd cleaner fluids,,, that wont clean, , , , , ,just lighter fluid ok!!!
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
There maybe a problem with the optic lens (dirt) try to clean it very gently with cotton, also the motor plate that holds the cd/dvd is not holding it very well so it not rotates at proper speed try to clean the both sides where the hole of the cd/dvd is when it´s inserted, if you think that you migth not have skills for that don´t do it.
Hope it help
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
Problem is a DVD mechanism, if you are capable replacing it by yourself it make sens to repair the unit. I've seen parts here.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
sounds like total hogwash to me. Your description of the problem smacks of an internal error within the unit itself.
this is not exaustive but could lend itself to a buggy firmware upgrade or a noisy power supply problem which is causing the microprocessor to "Hang".
There is many forums including this one with the same lament as yours. It is widely known that power supplies in the panasonics are under engineered and have a tendency to overheat and cause many problems including rebooting, constantly "self checking", etc.
My suggestion is to take the unit to another "accredited' Panasonic Service agent and get a second opinion - Good Luck
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
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