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Spares dvd machanism

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  • alraj Feb 29, 2008

    when the spares parts are available in india

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Try to get one in www.gelinelec.com, they sell all the parts that compose these chinese DVD players.

Posted on Mar 04, 2008

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I have Sony MHC GN 90D and using it since 7/8 years. But now the when i play the disc. its sound noisy only. Please help me out of this.


find aproper machanic & srvice u r sony system noisy sound is not afault of dvd lens this fault from ur audio out put board.

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CDJ NOT READING CDS. STATES (DISC ERROR)


If it shows No Disc error to all CDs, either its Sled Motor [The motor which spins the disc inside], or its optical picku unit has the fault. You have to contact the nearest Denon authorised service center to get it repaired, as Denon uses special type machanism with theirs sets, and it can't be available at open electonic spare part market.

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The dvd starts for a moment and the ejects


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The sled motor of your dvd mechanism has damaged. Sled motor is one which spins the DVD inside as it has been loaded. If this motror does not work, that is, it has been stopeed, the disc won't spin inside the machanism, and your systems main control IC will detect this situationan; will give commat to the mechanism to eject the disc. That is happenig now with your DVD player. Replace that motor with an identical one both in size and number. Its number will be printed on its body. You can see and detect its size. OK.

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Got 95 Audi a6 wagon used. Smell burnt oil after driving, so I guess I have an engine problem. Can non Audi mechanic work on this issue along with transmission and front end possible problems or should I...


Hello. A word to the wise. myself, if I didn't have a good relationship with a local general machanic, I would ask friends, family, and even co-workers if they have a good machanic they can recommend.
The issues you sighted could be caused by a number of things that a good machanic could resolve.
I would start there, and then let that machanic tell you if it's out of his/her ability.
I suggest this primarily because good machanics at local repair shops usually have a labor rate of $40 to $70 per hour, while dealerships are usually well over $120 per hour.
When you drive older cars, as I do, nothing is more important than finding a machanic that you can trust. They are out there, you may need to invest a little time to find them.
I do wish you all the best.

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Turn off the tire indicated light on a 2005 toyota highlander


This can be annoying though you should not ignore it. You have done what i would have suggested but you might finally take the car for scan though it does not pose a treat.

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HO2 error code at screen


In line with the other Panansonic DVD players, the error seems to relate to the internal drive machanism getting stuck.

To fix you just need to carefully take the back off (disconnect power source first!), locate the drive cogs for the lens machanism and give the a couple of turns. Also a blast from a air can will help get rid of any dust build up. Pop the back cover back on and you should be working.

Looking at the other Panasonic threads on the site, this may happen on a regular basis especially as the unit gets older (and the crud builds up).

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Spares for replacement


The problem may not have been in the mechanism, it is quite possible it is the dvd player main board as the reviews on these players say they are problematic.
As for parts, these arenot easily available.
My advice as the price of parts (if found) plus postage ect... would probably oout price the cost of a new unit would be to purchase a new one.

Feb 29, 2008 | Cyberhome CH-DVD 300 DVD Player

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Won't turn on


The DVD may have jumped out of the tray, and the machanism can't work as the disc is in the way. Try unplugging nd removing the lid, take the disc out by hand and then reassemble and try.

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