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My dvd 833 starts retracking half way thru disc can i source new optic unit?

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Usually if "no disc" the optical unit in the player is either dirty or bad.

If bad cheaper to buy a new unit as individual parts are not usually sold for this type of equipment.

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Either a dirty or a bad optical pickup in the unit.

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Liteon dvd recorder lvw1101 starts reading the dvd then says it preparing the disc then it ejects it


The Optical head unit is faulty. The disc is not being read by the head unit laser and so conveys a wrong message which ejects the cd.
Replace the optical head unit assembly but with the correct procedure.

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My panasonic DVD-CV51 disc player won't eject or play a disc. There is only one disc in. The player just continuously opens and closes the drawer and cycles thru the each disc location. Have left off for...


Hi,
Before to apply BFH method as it is final and ultimate fix for these things, unplug unit from wall socket, take off top cover of DVD-CV51and clean optical lens with good quality cotton swab gently and check DVD-CV51 as dirty/ clogged optical lens does not read one disc and player go for next disc to read it and gives up after trying all discs.
Hope this info will solve your dvd player problem.
Thanks.

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A Dvd was put in, but it shows that there is no disc and will not eject the DVD. It's also having trouble changing sources...


Since the optical head is not reading the data from the DVD it is hanging up and giving up the error message of No disc. What could be done is to open the set and clean the optical head with a clean swab, a good ear bud will be Ok.carefully wipe off any dirt and do it verry softly to polish the optical head. Try and again if the fault is again showing no disc, you will need to change the optical head. You are not able to change the source because the processor is hunting for the data in the cd and is occupied till it ends up. Hope you decide whether to change the head, if so be careful to remove the short on the new one and install with care. Get help if you have not done this earlier. Hope my advice helps. Good day

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My sony dvp-cx995v


Seems optical lens of unit is causing problem of No Disc.
Clean optical lens with cleaner disc and then try to play dvd.
If still same problem, take unit to local repair shop for fix.

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Need help on using a sony RMT-833 remote control unit


The Sony RMT-833 remote is for a Sony Camcorder - see http://www.replacementremotes.com/store/images/RMT833.jpg

I think you mean the RM 833 remote - if so try eBay as listings there suggest it works with Number: RM-833 Compatible with TV Models: KVX250, KVX2501D
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No Disc Shinco DVD-833


Basic DVD, CDrom Troubleshooting
wrong disk ,disk error,
First Clean the lens:
http://www.ehow.com/how_2036275_clean-lens-dvd.html

wont open, wont close, makes clicking/grinding noises etc.
http://www.llamma.com/xbox/Repairs/thompson_dvd_tray.htm

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