Question about Marantz DV4300 DVD Player
Take it to the service center. If it is within the warranty period, you will not be charged otherwise they will take a service fee (min. charges) plus a part replacement (if required) fee.
Many service centers do not charge the min. service fee if there is a part replacement. However i suggest you ask before you give it to them. Another thing that you could try is to run a dvd cleaning disc in your player. However this solution has never worked for me in extreme cases. Yours is an extreme case.
Last but not the least to prevent future problems, always keep a DVD or CD disc inside your player as it covers the lens and prevents dust from harming it.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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