While using our Audiovox DT102A in our car, the screen became really, really hot and I turned it off. When I tried to power it up again and play another DVD, after letting the unit cool off, it won't play. It just says "Loading" on the screen and then automatically stops. You can hear the DVD spinning, but nothing is happening. Any suggestions?
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Hello Enter the Menu screen, select, preference, select default, and OK. If the problem is with password forgot, the default passord of this unit is [ 3308]. Enter this password on the first screen. Sometimes the unit won't accept this passord for the first time to cheat you, enter this pasword again. After that, you can enter your own passord. OK.
Hello sir/madam, I had the same trouble with a pioneer dvd, the disk keeps on ejecting all the time. the problem usually is caused by poor design on their deck mechanism. dirt and dust enters your lens mechanism and accumulates as time goes on. you may improve it by dismanteling it and you need to reach the lens mechanism. spray it with contact cleaners the joints which hold the lens, dont spray the on the lens. then reassemble it test. if you have any more questions feel free to ask. thanks
Your DVD players may have slip out of calibration. You can try setting them back to factory specifications. To do this go to the set up menu main page. Highlight preferences and press enter.Next highlight defaults and press enter. This will reset the DVD player to the factory settings. This procedure is explained in the owners manual on page 26. If this does not solve your problem, you can try using a cleaning disc to clean the laser head and transport. This should restore the laser, and transport so that you can use it. If you are still experiencing problems with the DVD player, you can call Audiovox customer support at this telephone number. 1-800-645-4994. Give them the model number of you DVD player and tell them about the problem you are having with the DVD player. I hope this information helps you with your problem.
Audiovox code hack for DVD players 1. Turn the DVD player on
2. Go to the main setup page
3. In the main set up page press the numbers 9653
4. In the new menu go to region press enter
5. In region use the up and down arrow to select the region
6. Turn the DVD player off and turn it on
7. You now should have changed to the region of choice.
This hack was found on the internet. I hope this information helps you with your problem.
Sometimes the displays can't be sent to another tv or monitor. Make sure that isn't turned on. Sometimes there can be a short in the wiring if your unit folds up to play like a notebook computer. You can try moving the screen back and forth and see if the picture changes. If neither of these solutions work, contact audiovox and see if it is cover under warranty.
We bought this player almost 5 years ago, and have the same problem. When we called audiovox at the time they told us that it was because some of the dvd mnufacturers had changed the format/technology in which they recorded the dvd programs. The biggest problem was with the Disney dvd's. Also, that they did not have any software upgrades at that time to upgrade the player. We used it for a while with the hit and miss movies that it would play, and then finally shelved it and bought a minivan with a preinstalled dvd player. Very rarely use the audiovox now. I am surprised; however, that after 5 years they would still have the same problem and have still not yet upgraded the software in this player. Good luck.