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When playing dvd, picture is jerky

As above, picture keeps stopping and starting. Any ideas ?

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Replace the rubber belt inside. That rubber belt keeps other rotating parts inside to move faster as the motor is running, replaced it with a tight one so that when your insert a cd the optical inside can easily read your cd. The optical lens need to run with as a desired speed of your ROM xspeed.

Put a new gear belt and replace the old and tired belt inside.

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The drive needs cleaning

use a DVD/CD Cleaner disk to clean the lens.

Posted on Jan 16, 2008

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