First i check that the laser doesn´t light on, but the mecanism do his job tried to find the data on a disc, but with no laser on means no disk.
I bought the laser and the 24 line stripe, mount on and nothing did do the same thing. HELP !!!
If is the mobo, where can i found one, the information on the mobo that I found are (D1700A), (DVD1700M) and (E153302), didn´t find it on the Net.
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Hi.... Very lightly clean the laser lens ( looks like a very small eyepiece) with 91% or better alcohol on a swab. Then very lightly dry it off. Also..have you tried another DVD or CD in it? Check for dust or debris in where the laser pickup is
I had the same problem , so nowing about electronics i did a test at the read eye . then i notice where the ribbion cable joins the reading eye looked like it was crack at the contact so i replaced the ribbion cable from a old dvd player I had sitting around it worked that was three weeks ago. the cable i,am talking about is white in color that it connected to the board and the reading eye . it crack is so small at the it can be over looked . this was caused by the head moving back and forth.over time .
First check and see what is happening inside. Take something small and stick n the lock mech, which is the hold that a small part of you top to the player sticks in to tell the unit that it is closed. See if the lense light up and moves up and down and also see if it moves forward a bit and back to start position. If player does not do any of this then with fingers move lense down line abit to see if anything is obstruting path. You can move all the way down then place DVD in and try again
These units have a remote which provides controls not on the player itself. Be sure to check that the mute is not on. The other obvious question (but it still needs to be asked) is have you checked the volume control setting. When you move the control do you hear static or anything over the speakers which could indicate a bad volume control. Have you checked audio with headphones? If you have sound with headphones then you may have a loose connection in the speaker wiring or the headphone jack may be malfunctioning.