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I am having the same problem as Peg!!!

DVD/Surround Sound combo, DVD player will not work. Reads error, opens and closes, clicking sound, sometimes when we put function to DVD the whole thing turns off. HELP!!!!

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The belt that changes the disc is broken. can fix with a goody hair tie w/o a metal clasp.

Posted on Jun 17, 2007

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the belt is broken for the carocel (the disc can not change) it is plobabely stuck b/tween discs therefore it keeps opening and closing saying error . eventually it turns off. can be fixed with a small elastic goody hair tie w/o metal clasp
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