Question about Lexicon RT-10 DVD Player
The most likely cause of this is that the laser lens or laser is defective or the circuit that controls the Disc read is defective, in any event the cost to repair it will exceed the cost to replace it, the shop rate for this type of problem is $80 per hour just to look at it, then u have to do the repair, so u end up with a bill that exceeds a new DVD player, i always advise customers against repair and just buy new unless it is a very expensive unit and is nearly new.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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