Question about kawasaki PVS32801 Portable DVD Player

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It sticks I play a DVD and it only goes so far then it starts making a clicking noise and will not play any further beyond that point

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  • jrnilmeier May 08, 2009

    I have tried all of your solutions except calling the manfacturer. How do I get the number? When i look up Kawasaki I just get info for bikes etcf

  • jrnilmeier May 11, 2009

    I ended up just buying a new DVD player

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HI, this malfunction is based within the entire lens assembly and the only way to repair is to send it to a local or near by Kawasaki Depot. this particular players internals are not available for consumer purchase and all the repairs are, unfortunately, done in house at the Kawasaki repair depots.

You will have to contact Alco Electronics to be directed to an actual repair shop(depot), that near your area.

Alco electronics is a affiliate of Kawasaki and the number is 1-800-252-6123.

Posted on May 11, 2009

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You can call this number 1-800-252-6123

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You need to isolate the problem. Please try the steps below:

1. Try playing other DVDs to see if that would work.
2. Load the problem DVD into different player to make sure that there's no problem with the disk.
3. Clean the lens of your DVD/R

To clean the lens, you need to buy a DVD cleaner in any computer shop. If same problem exist, you need to contact the computer manufacturer.

Have a great day!

Posted on May 08, 2009

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