Its a VCR film not DVD. Could not find the category
I have finally found a VCR of Disneys South of the South, which apparently Disney won't release here due to politically correct stuff. I saw it as a kid and all it is is a great movie. The vcr is from Great Britian and I tried it in my vcr machine and just saw lines.
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Disc have something sticky attached on top (label ,specially rental discs') so when you try to eject disc get stuck on tray of spindle motor.Top cover need to be opened in that case in order to remove disc
I would suspect dirt, either on the disc itself or in the player. The discs and laser head need to be clean to do their job properly. If they are too dirty to operate correctly the machine simply gives up trying as though there were no disc loaded at all.
Here are a few things you can try.
1. Check the DVD's and make sure that it is not scratched.
2. Check to make sure it accepts that brand of dvd disc.
3. Call technician. Number shoud be on the DVD player or on your manual. How long did you have this player? If you have warranty on it, I would return it if # 1 & 2 is not the problem. It could be a mechanism problem.
hook to a what? direct to your TV or to an audio/video amp? That depends on what is available in your DVD/VCR or toy our TV. simple cnnection is just the composite video signal colored yellow RCA connector. Video out of your DVD/VCD to Video input of your TV. Another option maybe if it has which is better is S-Video output of DVD to S-Video input TV. if you;re doing it via audio/video amp, then simply look for the input source and connect your video there. The audio... it's also RCD connectors colored Red/White for your right/left channels. it will always be like that for a stereo amp setup. but if you are using audio.video amp with sound preocessing then you'll have more audio connections at least 5, mains left/right, surround channels left/right, your center speaker, your subwoofer.
Try this. In your SETUP options, ensure that AUTO FINALIZE and FINALIZE AT END OF TIMER are turned OFF. Insert DVD. Press SETUP button. Be patient. Once DVD has loaded the DISK FINALIZE option will be available. You can then FINALIZE. I found it much cheaper to get DVD-R from Radio Shack (about $5 for 25) for VHS movies that I know I want to keep.They do record up to 6 hours, even though the packaging is unclear on this point.
Apparently this is a known issue. Some dvp642 players have compatibility issues with some of the Disney DVD's. A firmware update might help.
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