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Cleaning the lens

How do I get access to the lens?

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I believe that this model uses a DVD mechanism that looks just like the ones inside a computer tower. The whole unit must be removed from the main chassis and then the metal cover removed. Once that is done, the lens should be visible.
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Posted on Apr 18, 2008

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That means that lens are dirty.

Try first cleaning the lens with a DVD cleaner disk. If you can access the lens you can also blow some canned air on the lens.

If that does not work, then the unit must be disassembled by unscrewing the screws at the bottom and at the back to access the lens pickup and clean lens directly with cotton tips and isopropyl software.

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That means that the lens are dirty, and the unit cannot read any disk.

Try first cleaning the lens using a lens cleaner kit (the ones with liquid cleaninc solution), like the one here :
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Ifthat does not work, then you will need to access the lens inside theunit by opening the cover and accessing the lens pickup, and gently clean lens by using isopropylalcohol and ultra soft soft cotton sticks.

Here is how the lens look like:

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If cleaning with a cleaner disk and solution did not work, then you have to clean the lens directly.

Remove the cover and access the inside of the DVD, unplug power first.

Use soft cotton sticks and isopropyil alcohol to clean the lens, here is a picture of the lens pickup:

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As usual do the job at your risk, if you want to call for repair you can use the number listed in the owner manual.

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It looks like you have a dirty lens problem.

Start cleaning the lens with a dvd lens cleaner kit, possibly a good one with cleaning solution.

If that does not work, the you will need to take apart the dvd, access lens pickup, and clean lens manually with cotton and lens cleaning solution, or isopropyl alcohol.

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Try first unplugging power cable for ten minutes, so that if it is just a setting problem it reset and clears the error.
More likely you will have to do the following.

If this happens with one specific disk, then the disk is either scratched, faulty or dirty.
If disk is dirty wash it under tap water (yes under the tap) and dy completely with a soft cloth, taking care no to leave water on the disk. If disk is scratced or damaged there is nothing to do. Do not wash the CD in water if the CD has a paper sticker on it.

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Try first cleaning lens with a cd cleaner. Repeat the operation a couple of times.

Here is a choice of lens cleaner kits.

If the lens cleaning cd did not work you will need to take apart your DVD by undoing screws at the bottom and removing cover.Then you access the lens pickup and clean the lens with a cotton stick and isopropyl alcohol.

In some rare case the lens pickup is faulty and must be replaced, but this is not frequent.

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