Question about Polaroid TDA-03211C 32 in. LCD HDTV
It's normal that it tries to find out if a disk is inside it at startup, it's not normal that you can hear it: it should be quiet and almost instant. Just 2 possible causes for why this (and the disks not being recognised) happens, and neither is good:
1. the laser sensor in the reading head has ben caked in dust or has failed: you will have to open the dvd unit and clean it manually with a can of compressed air and a q-tip. ; if the problem isn't fixed then the sensor is dead - the entire mechanism will have to be replaced.
2. the control processor of the dvd unit is malfunctioning and is unable to process the data correctly; unfixable, the entire dvd unit will have to be replaced.
In either case is will be unreasonably expensive: for the same money you could buy a good separate player. Best solution is to just disconnect the power cable going to the dvd unit to disable it permanently and buy a separate one.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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