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Koss KS4110 DVD Player Questions & Answers
When I try to use my dvd player I put a disc in it
how long have you been using this player? I suspect the laser (lens) of
the player. I think the laser (lens) is weak that's why it cannot read
data/files on DVD discs.
To confirm if actually its a laser problem, insert an Audio CD into the
player and see if will play. If it plays, then obviously, your laser
(lens) is weak. But if it doesn't play Audio CD, then it might still be
the laser (lens) or a mechanism problem.
Get a lens cleaner, use it to clean the lens. If that doesn't solve the
problem, get a screw driver, open the player's cover so that you can
gain access to the lens, use a cotton board to clean the surface of the
lens. This should clean dust or dirt that might be on the lens.
If non of the above solves the problem, then know that you need to replace the laser to a brand new one.
To replace the lens, remove the bad laser, use it as a sample to get
exactly the same type and do the replacement. Note that replacing a
laser (lens) needs a professional touch, so if you cannot replace the
laser, get it to a repairman to fix it for you.
Once this us done, your player will play all DVD discs again.
Change pass in the kos
Have a philips tv and a home theatre system but the remote off the surround system just changes the tv settings. Its kind of frustrating please hElp i need change password in may Acc I am loader in KOS :( pls help
Need the universal remote control code
Read the instructions in the paperwork that came with the universal remote. It should tell you the code which you can set manually, or it will tell you how to find the code automatically.
It's very simple and involves prepping the remote to find the code, then pressing the on-off button until the DVD player
shuts off, then pressing the "save" button. Easier than it sounds, but you need the instructions to do it right. If you don't have the remote instructions, you may get them online at the remote's website.
TRY THIS LINK FOR DETAIL
A disk in a series
The problem is not the disc itself but your DVD player. If other discs still play in English, and it is just this one disc that plays in Spanish, then your player is using some sort of stored setting to recognize your preference for spanish on that particular disc.
Forgive me if you've already done this, but try turning unplugging the DVD player for a period of ten seconds or so, and then plug it back in. If there is a reset button, press it. See if the disc still plays in Spanish after that.
If so, you may need to navigate the DVD menu of the offending CD to turn off the language setting your daughter selected. If you don't speak Spanish, try navigating to the language settings on one of the other discs with the English menus. Memorize how you got there, and take the same path through the Spanish language menu. Return the language setting to English, and exit.
Hope this helps.
Says its a bad disc, but will play in another
That message can be generated in only 2 occasions:
1. the disk has been burned at a high speed and because of that the difference between the reflectivity of the data point and the disk background is smaller than what this player can detect so the player rejects it. The only thing you can do is to burn it at a slower speed.
2. the disk is coded in another format that your player can decode. Actually the only formats that this very basic player can decode are the dvd and vcd. If you get a disk in any other format you will have to load it in a pc, convert it to vcd or dvd and burn it again to a disk. For that you must install and use a converter, one like
Wont read dvd
IT DEPENDS HOW OLD THE PLAYER IS if it is a few years old the optical lens may require a clean this can be done by using a cleaning dvd a few times if this does not cure then the optical pick up has probably failed.
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