Question about Televison & Video
It ejects them because the laser head can't detect the return of the laser light. If you're lucky it's just a buildup of dirt and dust: open the player, access the laser head and with a can of compressed air blow away everything on the lens and under it (between the lens and the laser sensor); then gently wipe the lens with a soft q-tip.
If you're unlucky this will not work which means that the dust has been baked on the plastic lens - you will have to replace the head. Finding one will be difficult - if necessary you will gonna have to replace the entire mechanism.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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