I am having problems playing movies on my Panasonic HT810V. When I put a CD in, it takes longer than usual to read the CD and either says, no CD or HO2 and stops the movie before it begins. I have tried cleaning CD's, but it doesn't read them either. What does the message mean?
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First ya need the Android TV web browser App either on your TV or download from http://play.google.com/store to your TV (Some how) and then browse http://play.google.com/store to find and download the Correct Android TV MOVIE App;
To play Movie files IE: .mov, .wmv, .avi...
Might need to try a few to get the right one :(
Yes, it can play DVD movies as well as Music CD'S and CD-R's music. You dont have to buy another machine. One tip thou when using it as a DVD plyr you might put it where ventilation can get to it - due to the overheating problem PS2 has. I use mine all the time, and I put a fan next to it, so I can play longer and watch movies longer. I hope this helps. Good Luck.
The problem with your unit is the "Spindle Motor", this motor is the one that spins the disc so the laser can read it. I sugest you to take your player to a shop, or back for service if the unit still under manufacturer warranty.
Its not supposed to play Dix AVI movie files. For a DVD player to play anything other than a DVD movie the manufacturer must pay royalties to who ever owns the patent, for example they would have to pay Philips say $1 for every DVD player made that plays VCD's, that may not sound a lot but, make 100,000 dvd players and they would have to pay Philips $100,000. The technology has to be put into the device for it to work. Hope that helps.
I read about removing the cover and spinning the motor by hand. It was suggested without power. I found that I had to have the unit powered up when I hand-spun the motor, then everything worked perfectly... we'll see for how long.