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When I play a dvd, the picture will start to fade in and out (flicker) and then eventually go to no picture at all . Only audio. I'm not planning to go to a Blue Ray player for a couple of years. Is it worth trying to get repaired?
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Standard dvd players are pretty cheap. Hardly worth repairing. Under one hundred dollars in a lot of place and I have seen new ones on ebay for under fifty dollars after shipping. Your model sells for about 60 -115 on ebay used.

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