Question about Televison & Video
With the power cord unplugged, open the case by removing the screws on the side and a few in the back and your should be able to get the top of the case to come off. 2. Now you will be able to see disk inside the carriage a bit better. 3 Try and manually push the dvd tray out (You will feel a slight resistance, but the tray should eventually come out enough so you can remove the disc). 4. Now that you have the movie out, you should take a can of compressed air and blow out the inside of the player, you should also take some cu tips and lightly dip them in alcohol so you can clean the optical lens and all around inside the carriage.5 Repeat blowing and cleaning with cu tips a few times 6. Take a small flashlight and look inside to make sure there is not more dirt, dust, etc 7. Check to make sure all the gears and drive are working normally by gently pushing and pulling the tray in and out while looking with the flashlight. 8. Replace the cover and plug your player back in and without putting a disc in it open and close the tray by pushing the eject button and if everything is working fine at this point, you should be good to go. If it is still giving you problems then the drive motor has probably failed and you will need to take it to a repair shop. Hope this helps and let me know if you need further assistance.
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
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