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Copy content from your DVD to the HDD (hard drive) - then copy content from HDD back to a blank disk. Will not copy protected DVD's. You can also download another intruction booklet for it from the Lite0n website.

Lite On LVW-5045... • Answered on Jun 29, 2020


Not all disks are compatible and you have just found this out for yourself. Stick with what works.

Lite On LVW-5045... • Answered on Jun 20, 2017


Door wouldn't open on one of those I found - the tiny drve belt at the front under the tray was limp but replacement didn't fix it. Next I tried a bigger motor pulley off an old PC drive - sometimes opened, sometimes didn't. You can remove the bezel off the front of the tray to expose the manual release, you can use a toothpick to press that - sometimes the tray eases after a while and starts working - sometimes you have to give it a shove.

Lite On LVW-5045... • Answered on Apr 10, 2016


Most dvd players have an emergency ejection feature specifically for this reason. Usually it is in the form of a tiny hole on the front of the player near the dvd tray. You can eject the disc by inserting a paper clip into the hole. I wish you luck! Der Strom

Lite On LVW-5045... • Answered on Oct 27, 2013


check the optical cable hd lead or scart cable or change the cable it might be a cable break

Lite On LVW-5045... • Answered on Aug 29, 2012


I have had this problem before. All I did to get it to open was turn the power off and then back on and as it is coming on press the open/close button. Sometimes it takes a couple tries to get the timing right but it usually works.

Lite On LVW-5045... • Answered on Feb 08, 2011


Repair it??? An old 2005 DVD recorder that the replacement parts will run as much as the price of a new DVD recorder?? Not a good idea.

Lite On LVW-5045... • Answered on Nov 08, 2010


The Optical head unit is faulty. The disc is not being read by the head unit laser and so conveys a wrong message which ejects the cd.
Replace the optical head unit assembly but with the correct procedure.

Lite On LVW-5045... • Answered on Sep 11, 2010


can't read the disk. clean the lens with a dvd/cd lens cleaner (walmart, radio shack, etc.). if you are technically inclined, you can remove the top, remove the transport top, and clean the lens with a soft lint-free cloth (or a q-tip) and rubbing alcohol. wipe the lens off gently and blow it dry. the alcohol will evaporate. put it together and try again. if it still doesn't work, you'll have to replace the entire optical pickup.

Lite On LVW-5045... • Answered on Jan 06, 2010


I urgently need a LiteOn DVD remote control series DD-A300/500.I need to know its availability,mode of payment,and where to get it from.
JOSEPH OSHAGBEMI
ENGLAND.
[email protected]

Lite On LVW-5045... • Answered on Dec 14, 2009


The DVD drives are very unreliable and just get more temperamental with age. I replaced mine with a Lite-On SOHW-1213S. The DVD is too big to fit in the old ones place so it sits on top of the unit with the cable going through the slot, but it works brilliantly.

Lite On LVW-5045... • Answered on Jan 01, 2009


the point is what was it doing before it start to do what it is doing now.kindly explain then i will be able to help you

Lite On LVW-5045... • Answered on Nov 22, 2008


Common problem probably due to DVD drive gone bad. It can be replaced but not without problems

Lite On LVW-5045... • Answered on Aug 01, 2008

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