Question about LG DVD 6183 DVD Player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: DVD player cant read DVD media
.Vob files contain audio, video and subtitles all together.However, most MPEG-2-capable DVD players don't support subtitle tracks. I guess your DVD player is in the mentioned majority. That's why you can only play them in your computer drive.
Posted on Apr 24, 2007
SOURCE: Disk not detected
Hi, had the same problem myself, turns out (after some investigation) that the motor that spins the dvd wasn't getting power. I carefully pulled out the smaller ribbon cable that goes to the small circuit board beneath the drive caddy, then pushed it back in. Put it back together, turned it on and off it went! Yay!
Posted on May 31, 2008
Invest in a new DVD player...it will be much simpler, will cost roughly the same amount AND save you the hassle of finding someone to repair the broken drive gear (cog) on the insertion/eject roller (if all else is known to be working). You will find it on the left side of the DVD bay connected to a tiny white worm gear and even smaller reduction gear. If you are handy with a precision hobby mill, you can easily turn a replacement gear out in relatively short order with only the tedious tasks of disassembly and reassembly of the shaft end to deal with. Be certain to unplug and discharge the capacitors in the machine before messing about the inside of the player (UNplug player and press the I/O, "on button," twice). One sturdy knife blade, one standard philips head and one small philips head screwdriver will be all you need for disassembly. If you are capable of opening the chasis and the DVD housing, you will be capable of removing the speed nut from the shaft of the insertion/eject roller and of deciding from there what you should do. Good luck.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
SOURCE: no disk detected
No disc error is usually caused by dirty optical lens or a faulty lens.
Turn it off, unplug it, then try cleaning it with a very soft dry cloth
and then try playing a cd which has no scratches.
The blue color part, that's called optical lens. It looks like a glass but its not a glass, its a plastic cap for the laser to go thru to read the discs. Never apply any wet solutions on it. Just use a soft dry cloth to rub off the dirt on it. If u absolutely have no idea what im talking about, then take it to a local repairing store to get it fixed. If the cost is too expensive, then dump it and get a new one
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
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