Question about GE Audio Players & Recorders
I cleaned player with a cd cleaner many times. is there any one out there that will fix them?i am in hamburg,pa.model # ge5805p.it is a ge digital 5 disc player.
If it stops at the same time on every DVD, there's probably something binding the laser sled so it can't move past that point.
If it's just one particular DVD, there's a defect on the DVD. If it is a light scratch or scuff, you may be able to polish it out with a tiny amount of Crest Tartar Control toothpaste and a large drop of water on your fingertip (rub gently, don't scrub!). If it is contamination, wash the disc with dish soap and water, and pat it dry with a facial tissue. It's also possible that the defect is in the data record on the DVD, but in that case you would never have been able to see the rest of the movie.
Posted on Nov 30, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Did you try taking out that lttle circle thing that you put your cd into.Well,take that out and then clean it.Then,insert it back and it should play your cd
Posted on Dec 15, 2007
Laser might not be faulty but just a dirty lens/ rail assembly.
If thou darest open the thing, clean the lens ( GENTLY) with a swab of glass lens cleaner. Clean the chrome runners for the optics assby with a swab lcaed with WD40 or silicone.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
Your GE 7-5295 keeps showing nd (no disc), this simply means that your lens has been damaged. Please replace the lens and you would enjoy listening to music once again in your kitchen.
Posted on May 30, 2009
The clicking you are hearing is an attempt to focus on the disc. The usual cleaning discs don't work well. Try to gain access to the lens and clean itusing a cotton swab and alcohol. That will remove any film that remains on the lens. If that fails to resolve the problem, the optics will need to be replaced.
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
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