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now a days we can't sourly say that, the new electronic equipments will work for along time. you have mentioned that ur dvd player has no problem for the last 3 years. its very good.
from ur narration i think ur dvd players power supply have some problem. may it will the only problem. just try to service it. may work for the comming three years.
It has been my experience with Lite-On to be a great optical drive replacement. In the 10 years I've been in business, Lite-On has been my top choice for pcs. If you continue to have problems try a different BRAND of blank DVD media.
I had this identical problem just after a year and a half of use. I tried cleaning the lens... that didn't change anything. I tried using movie discs that I knew had worked before.... same problem. I took the unit apart and found the problem. There 5 or 6 (I forgot exactly) capacitors on the power board that are black cylinder types with silver tops. If the tops look like they are bulging, then It requires changing capacitors on the power board. I ordered them through the internet, removed the old and installed the new capacitors. Now everything works great.
The capacitors are: 10v 2200uf 105-Degree Capacitors. They cost about 20 cents a piece.
Hi, Ive just repaired several liteon's ( incidently they are identical inside to some philips models ). In most cases the non writing or non reading problem is caused by dust on the laser glass. You have to open the unit then remove the dvd drive then remove its covers and just give a wipe of the laser with a clean non fluffy cloth. If theres lots of dust in other parts of the drive then this will need to be removed also as it could easily get onto the laser when in use. Even almost new liteons can suffer the problem , it only needs a little bit of dust to top the laser shining onto the dvd , instead the dust just reflects the light back. Hope this helps.