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V7 Televison &... | Answered on Sep 19, 2015

There are sensors which tell the DVD drive that the drawer is closed and that there is a DVD inserted, if these fail there is usually no simple fix, the parts need to be replaced which requires complete dis-assesembly of the TV/DVD, Most people just choose to connect an external DVD as it is cheaper.

V7 VC2607 26 in.... | Answered on Mar 08, 2012

Chromecast receives a wifi signal. Are you still broadcasting a wifi signal? Is SSID the same? Is it the same band. .. 2.4 or 5 g? If the wifi all matches, then you can reset the chromecast by holding the black reset button down for 20-30 seconds. Reinstall the latest google home app on a smartphone and follow the setup instructions on the app.

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From my research, many, many people are having this issue. Customer support for the Roku was of no use stating that the unit was defective and many people ended up purchasing a different brand.

One user reported that they changed the DNS setting and that worked only to get an error code 011 after software update.

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Televison &... | Answered 2 hours ago

Through the menu button on the set if it has one

Televison &... | Answered 4 hours ago

Is the set totally dead or do you see a light on the front of the tv that is supposed to change color when the on button is pushed

Televison &... | Answered 4 hours ago

Well I assume you've gone through the usual steps of making sure the discs are clean. Assuming thats not the issue, and If you're lucky, the problem will be a tiny speck of something which has made its way onto the DVD's lenses and stuck there. These lenses are used for focusing and detecting microscopic light beams that bounce off the the DVD tracks. Occasionally you can fix this without opening the unit, using a DVD lens cleaner kit. You can google them and happily they can be found for less than $10. So its definitely worth a try. I often run into this with DVD players/burners in PCs. I guess despite manufacturers attempts to shield the sensitive optics, PCs are notorious for sucking in dust. If the disk cleaner doesn't work. you might go a step further manually cleaning. But I'd try to find a youtube specific to servicing your machine first. Manufacturers are getting good at disguising the procedure to take these units apart. Good luck.

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