Question about Philips HTS3410D/37 700W DVD Home Theater System System
Have you tried a different brand of recordable disk?
Some do not record as well as others.
Also......copied Dvds don't last as long as a factory recorded disk.
If the disks are older disks....that may be it.
Other factors are ....your laser may be weak or dusty in the DVD player.
Do your disks have paper labels?
The paper has a different expansion rate than the plastic disk and will almost always bend the disk in the heat of the player......interrupting the playing of the disk....... usually about half way through it.......pop the disk into the freezer for a few minutes....then return it to your player to finish your viewing.
Never use paper labels.
Never leave your DVD player on unless you are using it.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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