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Why does my DV-C6280 no longer read DVDs? - Yamaha DV-C6280 DVD Player

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The sensor that detects a disc in the tray is dirty. To clean this, I had to open up the DVD player and remove the tray. The sensor is under the tray towards the front and in the middle. I had to do this to another CD changer, and it worked perfectly after.

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Tried cleaning the lens???

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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