Question about GE 5803P Multi-disc DVD Player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi..the reason to this problem is your belt.
once you replace the belt you wont get such
type of sounds.Replace the old belt with the
new one.This will solve the issue.
check this out..
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
In your entertainment center there maybe a very low level vibration interrupting the dvd lasers ability to track the dvd's.You should try using a rubber damping pad under the player or putting noise damping feet on the the player. This should stabillize the player and let the unit work correctly Hope this helps you with your problem.
Posted on May 04, 2009
SOURCE: my GE1101P dvd player says
I would try running a cleaner disc in it first.
If youre not scared to open the case ( WITH AC UNPLUGGED)
try finding the laser lens and clean with swab of 90% alcohol
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
DVD+R x8 or x16 disc best format to used.90-95% compatiable from computer recording to used on any DVD player for viewing,if ur dam computer program u are using to copy it out it not have it own secret codes patend it.
Posted on Aug 19, 2011
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Sep 17, 2015 | Audio Players & Recorders
Try the disc in another CD / DVD player.
It is important to make sure that the DVD itself is the problem, and not the CD / DVD player.
Cleaning a CD / DVD player is a much more intricate process that requires device-cleaning hardware.
Lay the disc artwork-side down so that you can easily clean the playing side.
You should always avoid setting a disc playing-side down to prolong its lifespan.
Gently rub the disc with a soft, lint-free cloth to remove all traces of dust and fingerprints. Always rub a disc from the center toward the outer rim in a light motion to prevent any other damage.
Apply a light amount of toothpaste to a cotton wool ball and gently rub the disc from the inside out.
You may need a few drops of water to make the toothpaste spread easily.
Cover the entire surface area of the disc, or at least the area that is scratched.
Toothpaste is a gentle abrasive that works well for fixing simple scratches.
Clean off the toothpaste with the cloth, once again rubbing from the inside of the disc toward the rim.
Try not to push too hard to prevent further damage.
Apply other kinds of light abrasives such as baking soda or glass cleaner if the sound is still distorted.
Remove the solution with the same gentle rubbing technique.
Purchase a disc-cleaning spray from a local video or electronics store.
These sprays are effective in removing any grime from the disc and filling small scratches.
hope this helps
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