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Hi I have had the above DVD player/sound surround for 4 years. It has been fine until recently. Sometimes when I play new DVD's on the systems, they freeze at a certain point. When I replay the DVD, they again freeze or jump at exactly the same point. The DVD's are fine as they work on other DVD players. Do you have any suggestions? Cheers

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  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2009

    It does't read dvd's at all and it reads CD's with a speed faster than normal and no audio. Tha FM tuner works fine and has got audio.I am not sure if is the Lacer or ribbon can somone help?

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Hi, same thing happened to my one of the above. I bought a cheap dvd player to view movies and run the audio through the kenwood to use the surround speakers.

Posted on Oct 05, 2007

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