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Diamond vision DVD player powers off when dvd is inserted.

DVD powers on fine, you can do any menu items etc, BUT, as soon as you insert a disc, (DVD, or cd) be it rented, owned, or burned, it starts the normal "loading...." and after about 3-4 seconds it powers off the DVD player. The unit was working fine then all of a sudden it did this, with a DVD that I was watching the night before. I've tried unplugging the unit for a couple of minutes, changing the different settings in the menu, and even unhooking all the wires and re-attaching. Any help greatly appreciated. Thanks

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  • Hardy Wan Dec 12, 2007

    I've the same problem with my Diamond vision DVD player (model# DVDV809-04)

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Your set needs the tech doctor you are having a problem in the power supply with your regulator or diode in the power supply.

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