We've had our dvd player for almost 2 years and it's worked great up until now. Was a wonderful distraction as we moved across the country but we just started getting a check disk message right in the middle of viewing a movie. Checked one more disk and the problem continues. Of course now that i need the manual i can't find it-maybe flew out the window during our drive across the country ;) . So do you know how i can get a manual and if it is indeed corrupted software as was indicated in an earlier post does that mean that it's a goner>?
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follow this steps, and use the common sense.God bless you If the player skips, make sure that the DVD disc is not dirty or scratched..Use the cleaner disk buy it from R. Shack.
If the tray won't open or close properly, check the belt for dirt or
wear. Then check the tray for misalignment. If needed, remove, clean,
lubricate, and reinstall the tray following the instructions in the
This worked for me, from a Sony Tech. 1) When SYS ERR is displayed turn off the player by holding down the power button until tghe unit turns off. 2) Unplug the power cord. 3) Wait a minute or so and plug the player back in. This reset the player for me.
I had a similar problem...the machine, which had been great up until
then, started to be very fussy when loading a disc; using a lens
cleaner did not help at all.
I opened the disc tray and used a can of "air duster" with the straw
attachment blowing in lots of air into every little nook and cranny
that I could reach, especially in and around the actual lens area. The
liquified gas under pressure must have been too cold as, at first,
there was no improvement whatsoever when I tried playing a disc.
However, the next day the player was working perfectly again.
Check the Player Manual what types of disck it can play There is great diversity o among player makes with what they can do. Also if you have burned this disk it must be Finalized in the burner before any other device can play it.
There is a solution but it takes a little care because the wrong thing touched will give you a shock. Just stay away from the unit near where the power lead enters the unit.
OK. remove the top of the unit, place a disk in the unit press play and gently give the DVD a gentle push in a clockwise direction.
This disk should then get up to speed and start playing. It also unlocks the error. No guarantees with this one some work, some don't. I hope yours does.