Question about Protron PD-758LP
I've had this DVD player for about six months. Recently it started to scratch all the DVDs or CDs that are played in it. Why is this happening? My seven year old uses it the most, could it have been dropped? what happened? Appreciate any help i can get, Thanks. Romero
I have bought a new lens for a DVD Player. But it needs to be unlocked, before it can be used. I have fixed the lens in the player, but when i started it there was no laser beam emitted by the laser diode. I want to know what should i adjust to get that lens working properly. I want to unlock the lens. There are 2 presets on the lens, I tried adjusting them, but still it is not emitting the laser beam. Plz help me.
Thanx & Regards.
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
Its needs a proper service. Some part inside is rubbing with the disc as the player plays the disc. If the scratch is at one place of the disc then the part is from the tray or dvd section of the body. if the scratches are all over the disc it at the movable lens. It need a repairing. And proper disc alignment. Lastly i would suggest is see to it that the DVD player is perfectly horizontal. This can also happen if the CD where it gets tucked in. Like the turntable head has become loose. that is it looses its grip while the cd spins. What ever the cause if you check all these angles can be solved.
Posted on Dec 09, 2007
Look inside of it to make sure your seven year old didn't leave something in it. And also there could be something left loose from the factor causing this.
Posted on Aug 08, 2007
One of the most common problems with a cd or dvd player when it sctatchs the disc is thats ikts been abused. The turntable or lens is out of alighnment and scratching the disc.
Posted on Mar 28, 2006
are you finalizing the discs after recording? some recorders do this automaticaly others have it as an option you have to select.. without finalization they will play on your own recorder but not on other machines.
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
Rechargeable batteries can only be recharged so many times. They begin to slowly lose their capacity after about the first 5 charges until ultimately it won't hold a charge anymore. It appears that this is your problem. Look for a model number on the battery & do a Google search for it if you want to try & replace it. You might also find it is cheaper to buy a whole new DVD player than it is to buy a replacement battery.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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