Question about Philips DVP3140
Make sure that the disk is actually spining, if it isnot its most likely the motor if it is the timing on the laser eye is off. this is the most common problems for dvd players. you have to retime the eye its an adjustment that you might be able to accomplish your self get a tech manual for details.
Posted on Dec 09, 2007
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