Question about Televison & Video
DVD players' motors tend to dry out. Open it up and place 1-2 drops (no more) of multi-purpose precision oil (anti-friction metal oil) in the top of the motor in the hole. Run it for awhile with a disc in it, it may take a little bit for it to penetrate but if this is the problem it will work. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 21, 2008
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