Question about Panasonic DMP-BD35 Blu-Ray Player
You can purchase a DVD cleaner disc (assuming your Blu-Ray player model supports DVD playback), follow the pack directions, should shift the surface dust off the laser lens within minutes. You do not need to remove covers or go to a workshop for this one if it is just a bit of dust.
Cleaning the lens via this method is probably the cheapest, safest, and simplest option. Do this first. If cleaning it doesn't help, then the next step would be to consider taking the unit to a service centre and have them look at it, get a second opinion and a quote (while you're there) for them to clean it professionally and check alignment.
Up to you - and I also recommend that you lightly (and gently) clean the disc tray (with a soft dry lint-free cloth) as well to prevent further dust shifting from it to the discs then onto the lens in future. Make sure all the discs you use after that are clean before playing; this also helps.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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