Question about Car Audio & Video
I assume that the DVDs are in good condition, clean and not scratched. I would normally say to clean the lens of the DVD navigation drive but if it is in a car, it may be too hard to clean the small lens with a q-tip and some rubbing alcohol, rub lightly and let dry. That is hopefully all the problem is.
If that isn't an option due to where the drive laser is or if you have it in a car, then you could purchase a CD that will clean the drive, but I would say if you cannot clean it with the rubbing alcohol, or if you do but that doesn't change anything, then you will need service, whether warranty or the dealer/manufacturer. If you can't clean the lens, of if cleaning it did nothing, it will definitely need to be looked at.
Good luck! EJ Kudelka email@example.com
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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