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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I've been working on DVD players since they were invented, and was factory trained by Sony, Hitachi, and Kenwood, but I must admit, I'm not understanding your question.
The laser diode fires through a lense, that is supended on tiny wires, and moved into focus by an electro-magnet. Now, I have replaced lenses that have popped off due to poor adhesive from the factory, but I have no idea what you mean by "unlocking the lense"
If you mean that you have replaced the entire laser ***'y, and it is not emitting, then that is likely because the shorting bar has not been removed. It protects the laser during shipping and storage, and must be removed. If you compare it to the old laser, you will see pins shorted together by a tiny metal bar, or in some cases just solder...if this is not removed, the laser will not emitt. If you put the old one in and it does, then 99% that is the problem...if the old one does not, then the laser is probably not your problem. Hope this helps, and be careful to always look at the laser at an angle to check for red light, so you aren't performing home laser eye surgery...not a good idea!
P.S. After re-reading your question, on some models, it is possible to replace the lense ***'y, because the electro-magnet has failed in some way, and does not move the lense, but if that is the case, I don't know why the laser would suddenly stop emitting, just because that was changed...normally it is all one ***'y. Good Luck!
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
When you load a disk, do you hear a faint screaching sound, or the disc turn a tiny bit, but wont sart to spin? If that is what happens, then the spindle motor is lazy. You will need to replace it. Sometimes, you can get the motor to work again, by squirting some crc2-26 lubricant spray into the motor(through the bottom) Be careful not to use too much. Try this, if it doesnt sort it out, let me know here before you rate the solution, We can go further
Posted on May 08, 2008
Ooops, in my efforts to find laser disc INFO I ended up in a completely irrelevant category; because there no longer exists a Laser Disc category. So I shall abandon the laser disc player as technologically obsolete (there goes still another species of dinosaur off to the fossil beds) and give up on seeing those movies in color.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
SOURCE: Cd player doesn't work
you need service manual i got one from ebay with all manuals and service manuals for 5.00 a typical manual will cost you 28.00 best search ebay for nsm manual
Posted on May 08, 2010
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Is your DVD player malfunctioning? If you're getting a no-disc error, you may need to clean the DVD player's laser pickup. The laser pickup is what reads DVD's and allows you to view them on your TV. If you need to clean the laser pickup lens on a DVD player, follow these simple steps.
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