For the first 6 months it worked great. The past 6 months it has been nothing but a headache. It constantly skips or cuts itself off. It will play OK for about 3 minutes then it starts skipping and will not stop. Even pressing stop and restarting does not help. The green side will not even play OK for 1 minute. Please help, I am beginning to think that I bought a piece of $300 crap! I only use it in the car but I am sure that should not be the problem.
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Two possible scenarios: First the optical pick up assembly that read the disc has malfunctioned or the eject button is faulty. Either way it is just cheaper to replace the DVD player with a standalone dvd player connected to one the tv input(s). Too expensive to repair just the dvd player if it is tv/dvd combo. The cost for labor and parts is more expensive these days to repair tvs or dvd player. For around $30 you can just replace...much more cost effective.
its about time you get a new DVD Player...What type is it??? if it is a expensive one it is probably worth getting repaired but if it is a cheapy..then throw it away coz its not even worth looking at...there are the biggest pain to fix!! Best solution is to buy a new one!
I have had the same problem with the same model several times in the past. It also happens to me within a few days of replacing the water filter.
In my case, I believe the water line in the freezer door has become frozen. I usually let the freezer thaw for a couple of hours, and my water works again.
I have had constant problems with this model. I would recommend trying to sell your fridge now while it's still running, before the real headaches begin (mine has died 2x in the past six months, and I have not even had it for 2.5 years yet). No more GE's in my house.
We have had out Toshiba P25-S509 for a very long time. It's a great laptop and watching DVDs with a wide screen was great; That is, until the CD/DVD player was no longer recognized by the computer. We took it in (still under warranty) to have it fixed, only to not work again after a couple of months.
Now YEARS have gone by and I have bought another Toshiba (M305D-S4831) which is great unless you try to reboot and it doesn't fully start up. That's for another review, not this one... So, back to the P25-S509 and YEARS later. We just received two 1GB memory cards, which are being used to replace the "stock" two 256 MB memory cards. Well, the computer is MUCH FASTER and THE DVD PLAYER FINALLY WORKS!!! Woo-Hoo! $98.00 investment in memory cards saved up from ditching the older Toshiba.
Hope this review helps someone out there that might have had the same problem.
If it's only a week old, I would take it back to the point of purchase. Most stores will do 30 days on electronics.
System error is a report from within the recorder. Most likely with its flashed software (internal programming)
I went and checked the reviews on this unit, and what you are reporting is very consistant with what other people have said. It runs about 50% works great, the other half had nothing but problems. I've made it a point on any electronics purchase, do as much research on it as needed before buying it. And I usually look for the negative reports first, and what they report was bad about it. It has saved me from a number of headaches.