Question about Polaroid PDV-0700 Portable DVD Player
Disc will stop playing
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: pdm-2727 portable dvd player
I think your DVD Player could have been damaged while it was in storage, this sounds like there is a problem with the lens (laser), i am going to suggest that you take it to a repairman and ask him to fix it or buy a new laser for your DVD Player attempt to fix it yourself.
If your DVD player is still under warranty, you should take it back to the retailer and have it repaired or refunded.
This could also be caused by "un-married" Player and Disc, if you bought the DVD Player in one country and bought the DVD's in a different country, this could also cause the problem. If the DVD's are copied, that could also cause it.
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Posted on Jul 03, 2008
SOURCE: portable dvd player
Polaroids are well known for this issue you can try to replace video
cable if that doesnt work if still under warranty send it in if not you
will need to make a video rca repair
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
SOURCE: wont play
There is no simple "at home" solution to any of these problems listed. However, Since it tries to play or at-least plays Cd's, then that will indicate that affordable repair is possible. I have already repaired several of the Dual units already. With the 7" Dual screen sets, I had to replace the laser assembly or the spinner motor (not spinning fast enough). With the 8" Dual Screen sets, I found mostly that the laser ribbon was binding up in the movement of the laser and preventing it to move to proper position. These repairs should be done by a qualified technician.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
I've got the same problem, I turn my player on it's side until it reads the disc. more of a band-aid solution.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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