Question about Televison & Video
After you explained the situation theres really only one conclusion. Which is that the laser inside the dvd player will be the source of the problem.
There is really only one way to try and correct this problem. Any store that sells DVD's and DVD players typically sell a lens cleaning disc. If you can get one of those you can try cleaning the lense.
If that does not solve the problem then it has become defective or malfunctioned. You could track down a local dvd repair shop but the cost of having it fixed would likely be as high as just buying a new one.
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Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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