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When the DVD stops spinning this happens because the motor which is responsible for spinning the disc has either gone bad or the sensors which trigger the unit to spin the disc is faulty. Usually when this happens the lens of the unit usually gets affected.
To fix this first you have to open up the unit and test if the motor is still functional if it is then the sensor will have to be replaced to enable the unit detect the presence of a disc and roll. After this has been done then you have to try it to see if the lens is intact before you mount the unit back.
But basically the problem with these units is that when one part gets affected it affects numerous other parts so usually i advice get an expert to look at it so a complete repair job will be done and you wont experience an issue of the unit playing but without sounds.
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Posted on Jul 17, 2011

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