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Cant get sound out of my audiovox mvdvd4 what do i do?

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Just stumbled upon this as I was searching for a new MVDVD4 and thought it might help you out!! :

When the van was a little over 3 years old, the DVD player suddenly quit working. I would put in a DVD, the player made some noises like it was trying to read the DVD, then the display would say "NO DISK".

As it was out of warranty and I have a background in electronics, I opened the player. After playing around for a little while, I was able to fix the player real easily. If you have the same problem (and the player is out of warranty), open up the DVD player by removing the screws and breaking the seal. I blew out the inside with compressed air, but I doubt this made a difference. The problem was that the DVD was not spinning. The spinning mechanism under the DVD tray was not starting like it should. I carefully sprayed a couple drops of WD-40 (well actually Remington's Rem Oil) where the metal rod the spinner sits on goes into the motor mechanism that spins it (it will make sense when you look inside. It is where the little metal rod goes into the plastic casing). After a couple of drops of oil, the player worked fine again.

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SOURCE: I DO NOT HAVE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE AUDIOVOX MVDVD4

Most FM modulators most commonly run on FM frequency 88.1 or 88.3 but usually have several options, so play arround with the stations in that range, and see if you get sound, also look under the dash for a toggle switch of sorts, sometimes the modulators have to be turned on..

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Just stumbled upon this as I was searching for a new MVDVD4 and thought it might help you out!! :

When the van was a little over 3 years old, the DVD player suddenly quit working. I would put in a DVD, the player made some noises like it was trying to read the DVD, then the display would say "NO DISK".

As it was out of warranty and I have a background in electronics, I opened the player. After playing around for a little while, I was able to fix the player real easily. If you have the same problem (and the player is out of warranty), open up the DVD player by removing the screws and breaking the seal. I blew out the inside with compressed air, but I doubt this made a difference. The problem was that the DVD was not spinning. The spinning mechanism under the DVD tray was not starting like it should. I carefully sprayed a couple drops of WD-40 (well actually Remington's Rem Oil) where the metal rod the spinner sits on goes into the motor mechanism that spins it (it will make sense when you look inside. It is where the little metal rod goes into the plastic casing). After a couple of drops of oil, the player worked fine again.

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