Question about Lite On LVW-5005 DVD Recorder
Open the drive (dont break it). Eject the tray, under the tray you should see a small belt drive. Replace the belt with a rubberband of approximatly the same size (a little smaller wont hurt). Re-assemble the drive and it should eject fine. Lite-On drives seem to go through these belts pretty quick, I have fixed hundreds this way. Never had one I fixed come back for the same problem.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
I've got a Lite-on 5005. And I'm not using it any more. But I would like to use the converter, from "scart in" to "comp out", build in the 5005. The 5005 preforms a check at start-up whether the DVD/CD player is ok. Now I don't need the DVD/CD element, so is there a option to disable this check? So I can put the hole thing in a smaller box.
I hope is nothing more then using a jumper on the 40pins connector.
thank you, Tom
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
Throw it away and replace it with a newer recorder. those old liteon's had really bad compatability and recording quality
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
Lite-on DDW-813s Open DVD draw and you will find a belt drive that open’s the draw Replace the belt I used and ‘O’ ring, the problem is that the draw is not shutting correctly.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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