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All you can do is get a lens cleaner and hope that clears it up, otherwise you are looking at what might be an expensive replacement of the CD/lens/laser unit.

Philips FW316C37... | Answered on Dec 22, 2009


Buy A CD Lens Cleaner and put it in to the CD Player and keep retrying until the drive plays it and then follow the instructions for the CD Lens Cleaner after its finished try playing a CD if it still wont play try another disc and if it does not play that try reset the player by unplugging it for five seconds if it still wont play the CD drive has failed in the drive and you need a new stereo. Stereos dont last forever so dont be surprised if you need to buy a new one

Philips FW316C37... | Answered on Jul 21, 2009


I have a service manual pdf there isn't any way to attach it to this message. Give me your email address and I'll send it to you. Or if you have some other way to send it electronically we can do that.

Philips Audio... | Answered on Jan 02, 2020


Hi Darshan Ganesh, you can connect your phone to your Philips D573
You must connect the audio audio output of your phone (headphone output) to the Philips Auxiliary input on the rear panel

Hola Darshan Ganesh, puedes conectar tu telefono a tu philips D573
Debes conectar la salida de audio de audio de tu telefono(salida de auriculares) a la entrada Auxiliar del Philips en el panel trasero

https://www.philips.ae/c-p/FWD573_98/-

Philips Audio... | Answered on Oct 22, 2019


Here is a diagram for you.
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Philips Audio... | Answered on Sep 30, 2019


You need to check the file format on music, windows media play does not support their format ((*.ra, *.rm). You can change the format to mp3 or .wav using other software.

Philips Audio... | Answered on Aug 24, 2019


I have a multimedia speaker DSP 3300.but I haven't the remote .Is there any way to operate it.

Philips Audio... | Answered on Jul 16, 2019


Google (Philips)(DVT1250)(manual) without parens.

Philips Audio... | Answered on Jul 04, 2019


What is the format of the drive? The Philips HTS6510 can only read USB drives that are formatted as FAT16 or FAT32. It can't read files from an NTFS drive. NTFS is the "new file system" for Windows but dates to Windows NT/Windows 2K or so. This is the default format for larger capacity USB drives since more files can be added per folder. See page 51 of the manual for the Philips HTS6510 for the file format specifications for USB drives.

If the file format is FAT16 or FAT32, try a different USB drive and check the current drive in another device. The USB drive may be damaged or may have lost the data it needs to find the files. All flash memory can fail with no warning. Replace a faulty drive. Alternatively, the USB port on the HTS6510 could be damaged. This can happen if too much current flows through the port. If the port is damaged, I don't recommend having the unit repaired unless it is under warranty (1 year). Copy your files to a CD and listen to the music or view the images from that media. The overall cost will be lower.

Philips has the manual on the product support page: https://www.philips.co.uk/c-p/HTS6510_05/-/support . The current link to the manual is https://www.download.p4c.philips.com/files/h/hts6510_05/hts6510_05_dfu_eng.pdf .

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Philips Audio... | Answered on May 28, 2019

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