Kids left the machine in "menu" mode for a couple of days. Disc would not load. So...
There are three screws I see when you take the bottom cover off. Two are on the ribbon cable where it enters the laser carriage. The third is on the carriage and has a dot of green paint to show if it has been tampered with. OF Course I tried to adjust this screw, and it helped a bit, but is still sporadic. What do those screws adjust, and which should I concentrate on? Thanks experts! Lou Houck
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As I understand it, the Load button loads designs that you have prepared earlier and saved within the Designer 1, not disks made and saved in your Husqvarna software. These are the .DHV files (this might not be quite the correct file format name - can't remember!) you might see when you look at a disk in your software.
When in Program mode, you need to use the Menu button to go right back
to the first D1 opening screen, then choose the Disk icon, navigate through all
that to find your design, choose it and it appears on your Program
screen. The second time you hit Menu from inside the program screen,
you get taken directly to where you were the first time so it is
quicker. But first time, it is a long slow process.
actually it is due to faulty disk or dirty lens sometimes , when the lens is dirty it keeps on trying to read the data from cd or dvd and it just cant stop that infact stuck in it , or the other reason is faulty loading gear , in either case u have to physically dis assemble the player , remove the top cover some 4 or 6 screws are there in place open the top cover see the cd /or dvd and remove it physically do not force anything hard when removing the media and then if u can see the lens of ur player just clean it with a soft cloth with ur fingers in cicular motions very gently and u will see that it will play dvd /cd fine , the other thing if the loading gear is faulty or broken then u can ask me more on this
You need to force the player to the the Top Menu of the disc. The way to do this is: load disc, wait until it says "Reading Completed" (about 1 minute).
Wait for the PLAY icon ">" to show in the upper right corner (this may take up to 30-40 secs).
Once you see the ">" Hit the STOP button on the remote to get to the player's splash screen.
From the Sharp splash screen Hit the "Top Menu/Title List" button on the remote and wait for the circulating dots and then the disc menu appears. Play the movie from the menu and you should be good to go.
The only real solution is to take it to your nearest DVD- Video Rental Store, or store that has a Disk Polishing Machine. The scratches are where the laser head, has scuffed the Disk. Therefore normal Polishing Won,t Work.
The disk needs to be resurfaced.
I don't have a solution at this time. I have the same DVD player and mine stopped working this past weekend. It is doing the same thing as yours. I opened the case and loaded a disc and watched the mechanism. The disc won't spin. if you tap the disc it will start spinning and load and start playing. I thought I had fully fixed it. It will load most times but now the video and audio stutters as if the discs is spinning at varying rates.
I managed to eject a WII disc out manually very easily: - Disconnect the drive - You see the white plastic mechanism on your right side and the wheel connected to the motor - turn the wheel towards the back side of the drive while pushing the half inch square plastic piece towards the left. You will see the disc coming out while you are turning the wheel.
My PDE 2625n worked on the way to Mimi's and starting on the way home it displayed "Disk Loading..." then errord out with "Bad Disk". I dug through the internet and over 3 days found the answer.
Your laser is tired. Since the DVD player is cheap, replacing it is not worth the $$. Fix it! Remove the back cover (about 10 small phillips screws). It is important to know that their is a back plate AND a back panel; remove the PLATE which should have a model number sticker.
Now you should see a circut board with a set of polished rails which holds the read head. On the read head (by a ribbon cable ) are two very, very, very small flat blade POT screws. These control the amount of power sent to the laser. Turn the right most one CLOCKWISE about a 1/8 to 1/4 turn.
You can test your handy work by popping in a DVD while the cover is off and seeing if it loads. If all is ok, put it back together. If not turn it a little more. I used a car battery charger to run my test since it's about 25 degrees outside.
Be aware the more power sent to the laser, the faster it burns out (according to my research). By feeling is the DVD player is broke, so what? Am I going to break it? What the hell;) and I cranked away.
BTW I just got this fixed this morning. My kids are screaming with joy for DVD's in the car again! I'm thrilled that I don't have to spend $100 or more to replace this unit.
i have spent 2 months looking for this answer myself... and at last success!
i downloaded the user manual from funai(they made this model)
on page 38 it instructs you to press setup on your remote, from the drop down menu you need to select disc edit and then select finalize.
this aggravated me at first because nothing happens when i hit the setup button, i powered off the unit and hit setup before the disc loaded. this step is not mentioned but is necesary. you cannot finalize a disc after it has loaded to the title menu.