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DVD displays no signal unable to record or get guide, has been working well not change anything. perfect signal to tv so guess problem with dvd any suggestions has to problem.

Unplug everything left overnight, took cover off no sign off component failure.

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  • Jonathan Poston Dec 03, 2014

    sometimes dvd's, hard drives and sometimes other things wear out after being used for a certain amount of times so my best bet is to see if they get it fix or replace it

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Did u call the company that you got it from and see if they can fix. if not send it back for a replacement or refund

Posted on Dec 01, 2014

Testimonial: "machine is about 6yrs old. Have plugged in borrowed dvd which worked perfectly. what component failure would cause this problem"

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