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I've got a panosonic home theater system (dvd) and the problem started when the receiver banged on the floor. when i would turn on a dvd the picture was cut in half vertically or looked off center. now its worse the trey won't even open up and nothing functions it says please wait all the time. it's only a couple years old -- mod. no. sc-ht760 anything that can be fixed???? thankks

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The trouble is in the tray loading mechanism and the optical pick up gearing. May not be worth those repairs.

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