Question about Panasonic DVD-LV50 Portable DVD Player with Screen
Panasonic DVD player spindle motors have bearings that are inadequately lubricated. After disassembling the case, which can be tricky, it is possible to deposit a drop of fine oil (sewing machine or equivalent) on the bearing to free it up. Allow a single drop of oil from a toothpick to run down the shaft into the bearing. I've fixed mine twice this way. Each time it lasted several years.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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