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DVD Repair or replacement of Receiver

When we watch a DVD, the picture shows wavy lines sporadically.
Also when the DVD gets 1/2 thru, it stops/locks and restarts from the beginning.
Is it worth taking this to a repair shop or should I buy a new receiver?
Better question is...can I purchase the receiver by itself?

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You can definitely have it repaired, probably need to replace the optical lense only. But something dat will be done by a tech expert

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