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Anonymous Posted on Jan 05, 2007

Dvd v-2000 Where can i get a motor for the dvd player.i found a belt, with the motor running it is slowing down and then speeds up.thanks for any sites for parts. Edward

  • Anonymous Jan 05, 2007

    I'm sorry,I only have the dvdv-2000.
    Thanks for your quick response!!
    Edward

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Is it a DVD-V1000, or a DVD-v2000, as you have both listed? Go to http://www.samsungparts.com/search/search.asp and enter the proper model number and find what you need.

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