DVD Player structs after playing 10 minutes of video
Hi this is siva krishna...i purchased dvds151 player and i am using in India with supported Adapter(110V)... after playing some time its stops playing...disks are neat and i am using compane dvds and cds...please tell me ... getting this problem more on cds...........
Re: DVD Player structs after playing 10 minutes of video
The heat from the infra red laser heats up the disk to the point it is hot to touch at which point the read lens cannot read the laser reflection thru the heat noise. cool it down, keep a small fan blowing thru it or play shorter movies.
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almost all Dvd players are connected to a television by either a scart or a HDMI lead.
When you plug the scart into the back of your television (make sure its in properly) then turn the power on. on your dvd player.
This should automatically come on as scart leads send a voltage up the scart telling the tv to change to that source/av.
If it is connected via a HDMI cable then if you look at the back of your telly it will tell you what HDMI input number it is. then all you have to do is press the AV/ SOURCE button on your remote to select that number.
1- Push switch ON 2- Press setup on the remote 4- Using the remote enter 9735 and a number will appear on top right of screen 5- Using the Left/Right arrow change the region to 1,2,3,4,5,6,255 as you wish, 255 is region free. 6- Press setup again to save changes 7- Play your DVD
the DVDS151 has its own built in volume control that is easy to hit the buttons near the bottom of the remote and accidently turn the volume down. even tho your tv volume is set high it won't pass the sound to the tv if it is on mute or turned down.
You have you're video cord in the wrong jacks. If you are using composite make sure it's in the yellow jack and make sure the player is NOT set to progressive scan.
If you are using component, make sure the cables are in the RED, GREEN, and BLUE jacks, but make sure you have the CORRECT red jack (not the right channel audio out...).
Some have a little hole in the front, you pull the power and use a paper clip. Bend it out so its fairly straight then you poke it into the hole and it unloads the mechanisim. If there is no hole you may have to remove the cover.