My partner bought a Vason 10.4" Tablet DVD Player last week on EBay, we wanted it for a trip we were going to Belgium for my 3 year old to watch, Stupid me went and plugged it into the lighter and it was on charge and fused the cigarette lighter in the car and we had just bought the Europe Maps for our Tom Tom, so that never went down too well. Then I went and let my little one watch Ruby & Max I had put onto a USB to watch in his room, must have been for about 10 minutes and he had a go at me, so I took it off him and put it away. Then this morning my partner was taking the little one swimming and we set it all up and tried to put a disk into it and it won't go in, I've been trying to find out if my little one put anything into it, but not getting any sensible answers, any suggestions would be really helpful.
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...be sure you are in the same zone as the DVD was designed for. The world seems to be divided in numerous zones, and DVD'S from one area will not work from another area. That is why one should not buy equipment when one goes on vacations !
Hi, This may sound silly but check that there are NO blemishes( read fingerprints) on the disc surface as just about every player I know of will take execption to these - clean disc again just to be sure.
While you say the staff member has checked the unit, they dont always give them a "soak test" and often these types of fault go unnoticed. verify with another known disc to be sure and if the problems still exists, then you may have a temperamental or aged unit.
Please note - there are many pieces of s**t out there so best buy a new unit of a reputable brand when it comes to this kind of technology.
hi!your english is good!! please try this:hope it helps! dvp720sa dvd player on open tray (no disk inside)
1. Turn on the player. 2. Open the tray. 3. Press the following sequence on the remote: 9-9-9-9-0 4. The number 0 will appear on the lower left side of your screen. 5. Your player is now region free! Put in a DVD and enjoy! NOTE: The 0 in the sequence above represents the region code. 0 = region free. If you want to change your player to just a specific region code, replace the 0 with the region number you want.
Try cleaning the lens yourself. Before taking drastic measures as replacing stuff, try cleaning the lens on the DVD/CD Drive. You will need to open the unit and also open the DVD/CD case. Make sure you do this while the unit is unplugged from a power source. Locate the lens that reads a dvd/cd. Now get a cotton swab and moisten it with isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol) and gently rub the lens clean...use the other dry end of the cotton swab to rub it as well. Try not to use too much alcohol on the swab and not too much force when rubbing. Let it dry for a minute or 2 and screw the unit back into 1 piece. Moisture, cigarette smoke, insence smoke, and dust can cause a barrier between the DVD/CD and the reading lens and by doing this you will either fix the unit or know that it is a problem that will need replacing. Good luck!e lens yourself manually
Change the TV. I had same problem since 3 years after moving from dubai to bucharest i believed that my home theater was damaged during transportation. I tryed all repair shops in my area but no luck, so i used it as a simple mp3 player at home.
Last week, after 3 years, i changed my old CRT tv with an LG LS3000 lcd tv and SURPRISE...my dvd have colours again.
I'm sure you've found the solution by now, but I'm going to post a response for people in the future with the same problem. The unlock code for dvd's is found on page 25 in my users guide. I dont know if the code is different for every t.v. but mine is 1369. Hope this helps. Also I thought it was kinda funny because the same exact thing happened to my daughter with the same Barbie Island Princess movie the day after Christmas!