Question about Car Audio & Video
It probably your laser len is dirty or tired. Look at my solution for others to find answer.
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
+ Try to fix your DVD player yourself
before you hire someone else to. Many problems can be solved yourself,
and many repairs are expensive. Many times it is cheaper just to
purchase a new DVD player than to pay for repairs to an old one.
+ Try using a different DVD. It is possible that the DVD is faulty and the problem is not with the DVD player at all.
+ Do not touch the DVD player's lens with your finger. Try to clean it with a dry cotton ball or microfiber cloth. Using your fingers could leave fingerprints on the lens.
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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