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Try to play various DVD's and get "insert disc" message .

This rarely happened at first, but now occurs most of the time I press the play button on my Sony DVP-NS700P. This player is about 3 years old. I have a feeling the reader is out of alignment and their is no easy fix.

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This could just be a dirty laser lens. Turn the unit on and open tray. While the tray is open unplug the unit without turning off so the tray stays open. Remove the cover and under the disc clamp is the optical pick up assembly. The lens can be cleaned gently with a alcohol dampened q-tip. The lens should look clear not hazy. If this does not help the whole pick-up assembly will have to be replaced. There are no adjustments that can be made on these, they are factory set. Go to www.encompassparts.com and click on guest log in, or http://servicesales.sel.sony.com (search is in the upper right, make sure to change drop down menu to psrt number) and use this part number A-6062-705-A to get prices.

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

Testimonial: "My thanks goes to flents because he confirmed my suspicion that the whole optical pickup assembly is out of alignment."

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Try this to play DVD movies on your PS2 if it wont play DVD movies.


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