Question about Panasonic DMP-BD60K Blu-ray/DVD Player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That is because of a dirty or defective lens. When lens is dirty, the unit may still operate on regular CDs and DVDs and not be reading BD.
Try first using a lens cleaner for Blue Ray: Maxell 190054 Blu-Ray Lens Cleaner
If that does not work, the unit may be disassembled, and lense cleaned with q tips and isopropyl alcohol or cleaning solution. See below:
How to Clean the Laser Pickup Lens on your DVD Player
How to safely clean a DVD lens?
Clean DVD lens, or replace player?
Clean CD or DVD ROM lens with a brush?
Cleaning your DVD drive
How to clean a DVD player
How do I clean my DVD player optical lens isoproponol alcohol
Being this a blue ray unit , I would suggest calling support instead of disassembling the unit by yourself.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
SOURCE: BD-HP21U problems playing discs
You have inadvertently downloaded the US (or other region) version of the firmware. Unfortunately if you try and download the UK version the HP21 just tells you you have already installed it. I was told mine the only way to reset it is for it to be sent to Sharp or you can wait for a new firmware update.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
I'm having the same problem. had my Blu-ray and my cable box plugged into my reciever. Blu-ray kept cutting out and not finding a signal while watching my Rome DVDs. I swapped HDMI cables by just switch which cable went out of my blu-ray ( I didn't change what ports they were plugged into on the reciever. That cleared up that problem. I'd assume it was a faulty HDMI cable except that it works fine on the cable box. Anyways, we were watching Iron Man on Blue-Ray and it starts to skip about 2 thirds through the movie. Same as you I updated the firmware, disabled BC-Live, No luck Don't know if the problem is hte Bluray player , the reciever or what. Everything is up to date so I don't get it at all.
Posted on May 10, 2010
Have you put in the correct region Blu Ray disc ?
Is it all disks not playing ?
Try cleaning the laser head with a cleaning disk.
Posted on Feb 05, 2011
SOURCE: - All my DVD Blu-ray
There are two different lasers on the drive.. Red for DVD and CD.. Blue for Blu Ray..
The Blue Laser may have failed.
Of course it always helps to check drivers and firmware updates for the drive itself. There was one firmware update 12/2010 for this player at the Panasonic USA website (support) Version 1.43
Finally Check your BD Ratings settings. There is a setting that could prevent all Blue Ray Discs from being played. It should be set to NO LIMIT which allows any rating. Page 24 of your manual.
Best of luck!
Posted on May 12, 2011
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