Question about LG DR787T DVD Recorder
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The cd tray eject after put in the DVD movies, but VCD working fine...it is means that the drive's region code haven't set yet .(please refer to user manual to setting the region code) ..or unplug the recorder drive from the dvd player,using the computer setting to change the region code by connecting to computer's IDE cable .
Posted on Dec 19, 2007
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Posted on Apr 10, 2008
I have had the same problem a few times. All I do is eject and re-insert the disk until it recognises it, this seemed to work for me
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
SOURCE: LG DR787T
I recently had the exact same problem. I called LG. They had me try 2 things. The first was to unplug the player and then hold down the power button for 20 seconds. This supposedly resets the machine. For me it did not work, for you it may. The second thing they told me was to get a laser cleaning disk. Also didn't work but it was like 5 bucks and good to have anyway so you might as well try that as well. Though I was later told by a second help person at LG the laser does not need to be cleaned until after 1000 hours of use. After there two attempts it was decided that it needed to be serviced. Luckily I was within the 90 day warranty so they sent me the DHL stickers to send it back and get fixed for free. I am sending it off today. Once it gets in the mail fixing it is their problem. If you are past the 90 days but under a year it is 65 bucks to have them service it. I am hoping they consider fixing it a total loss and they just send me out the newer and hopefully bug free model. Best of luck though!
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
Mine had a similar problem. I assumed there might be some dust on the laser. I used an air compressor and pointed it at the DVD slot as it was opening and closing to blow some air around inside the unit (and hopefully dislodge any dust). It worked. The discs that would not play before did play after. I didn't have the air compressor nozzle too close to the opening as I didn't want to dislodge anything I wasn't supposed to. If it was dust on the laser, you might be able to clean it in other ways, such as removing the cover and using a cotton tip (take power off first!). That would have been my approach if I didn't have an air compressor.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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