Question about Sony DVP-NS36 DVD Player
Here are a few possible fixes :
1. Open the micro switches, cleaning the contacts and streching the springs inside the switches a little. The Problem was, that one of the microswitches stayed conductive even when it was off/open.
2. Sometimes the loading belt is at fault. There are microswitches inside which determine the limits of the tray movement. There is one that is activated to indicate that the tray is out and another to indicate that the tray is in. If the belt slips, the inner may not be activated and the system will cause the tray to come out. Try replacing the belt.
Posted on May 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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