Question about Toshiba SD-P1900 Portable DVD Player
that's electronic for you! Anything can happen at time.
Since its not been long you've been using the player, then the problem shouldn't be from the laser (lens) because the laser (laser) is the first one should check if a player cannot read disc.
The problems should be a mechanism fault. When disc is inserted into the player, the laser should raise up and read the data on the disc. But since its not doing so, then it needs some adjustment.
Mechanism fault are usually though to fix, so I would advice that you take the player to a tech to help fix the fault.
Posted on May 28, 2010
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