Question about kawasaki PVS32801 Portable DVD Player
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
You can call this number 1-800-252-6123
Posted on May 09, 2009
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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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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PS3 Clicking noise is associated with the hardware aspect, so that's your starting point it may come from the PS3 fan clicking, so do check out the fan if there's something that might have got stucked in between. Clogs from too much dust or dirt may also cause PS3 clicking sound.
PS3 clicking noise may also come from the hard drive. The hard drive are a bit noisy because of the mechanical parts and moving drive head when reading and storing data. Again, if the noise level is very minimal, there's no worry. PS clicking noise fro the hard drive that becomes too audible may signify that the hard drive is having mechanical problems and may soon broke down. At this point you may want to backup any data you have
I hope this helps you.
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