Dear Sir, Until now I did not receive any response for my DVD player problem!!! And I am still waiting. Should you request any more information please do not hesitate to send me an e-mail. Waiting for your solution. Sincerely, L. Smith
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Re: SyberHome 300 DVD player
Ok. sorry about the delay. Just started back to work. :)
are having trouble with your player, the first thing to do is what is
called a hard reset. This is where you disconnect the player from the
wall socket for 30 mins, then reconnect. If there were any lockup
issues, this will clear them. If the player still does bot work correctly, you can try to clean the laser lens. to do this you will need
to take the lid off the player, load and unload a disc
so you can see where it loads to. Sometimes, you also have to take off
another internal cover that contains the tray and laser assembly.
Eject the disc, and switch the unit off with the tray out. Makes it easier to get to the lens.
Look for a small clear lens that is next to the platter that the disc sits onto when it loads.
Using a cotton bud moistened with Windex(glass
cleaner) gently clean the lens using circular motion. after cleaning,
gently polish the lens with a dry cotton bud to be sure that there is
no residue, or smearing.
Turn the unit on again, the drawer will shut, open the
tray and load another disc. If the unit was not working because of dirt
on the laser lens, it will now work.
If the machine
still has problems, there is not alot that can be done to repair a
player of this value. They can be replaced for less than $40.
Good luck. I hope that you were able to fix the machine
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Check out this website for troubleshooting and repair tips on your dvd
player. Just paste the web address into your address bar. http://www.drx9000repair.netfirms.com/ They have lots information on these dvd players and also do repairs. I hope this helps you with your problem.
Guess I should have waited a little longer. I found a replacement remote at:
brujitasbroomcloset (4924) on eBay. It's used but it was under 10.00 to purchase. I haven't received it yet so it's yet to be determined if I've made a good deal or not. If this deal goes south what would you want for yours? it was great to your posting and offer!
Unfortunately the lens for this player will cost more then a whole new player. These tiny players are designed to be thrown away after they are worn out. Your best plan is to throw it away and purchase a new player.
There's a tricky process to follow with the remote control to set the region code. It is:
-Open the player.
-Remove any DVD.
-Close the player.
-Power off the player.
-Wait for 30+ seconds
-Power on the player.
-Press Menu,1,9 on the remote [this frequently takes a few tries].
-When the region screen appears, press enter to change region (Every time you press enter, the region code on the screen will increment by 1).
-When the proper region code is displayed, press Return.
-Open the player.
-Close the player.
-(Maybe just my player) If the player doesn't start the DVD, repeat Open/Close until the DVD starts. If it still doesn't start, power off for 10 minutes.