When playing a DVD, the DVD pauses at odd intervals for about 3 seconds then continues to play. Sometimes it is every 10 seconds, which can be annoying when trying to watch a movie. I used a DVD head cleaning disk, twice, but it did not solve the problem. The DVD works in my other player, so I know there is a problem with the DVD player. It is a Samsung combo DVD VCR player.
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Re: DVD player skips
I guess it depends on how old your player is,but i would say it's your player,that's the bad thing about having multiplayer units,when one go's bad it kind of screws you up.but since dvd players are so inexpensive nowadays just replace it.
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If you meet Cinavia protection when playing a Blu-ray disc, you can read below to ...uses of some movies and other filmed entertainment in Blu-ray Disc players. ... Pause the video, wait 30 seconds for the audio to be un-muted, then skip over ...
The content being played is protected by Cinavia™ and is not authorized for playbackon this device. ... When you play a movie with Cinavia, meidia players or devices will be detected to ... Pause the video, wait 30 seconds for the audio to be un-muted, then skip over ... It is a free player for DVD and general video formats.
Actucally, there are a few ways to bypass Cinavia, but no program can remove Cinavia. If your video is a homemade movie or other personal recording, to play your recording without muting you may either:
· Pause the video, wait 30 seconds for the audio to be un-muted, then skip over those portions where the professionally produced material is used and continue playing the rest of the video, or
· Pause the video, wait 30 seconds for the audio to be un-muted, then play video from a different optical disc for at least 10 minutes before continuing playback of this video.
CD player lens run on a ratchet teeth system that moves up and down. When you hear it clicking, it could be that the mechanism has either fouled, or has teeth missing, or is damaged. It might be possible to correct the problem, sometimes with superglue. But it needs looking at to determine the damage.
It is most likely an anti-skip feature built into the radio. Many radios have this option and they pause for a moment and build up a bit of the song into the internal memory(up to 60 seconds), and this internal memory helps keep your CD from skipping.
Your LG dvd player's lens might need cleaning. It is having a hard time reading those cds that is why it sometimes skips or just stops in the middle of playing them. Does this happen also to new cd's? Sometimes cleaning those cds helps the lens reading them.
If you have a disk cleaner, you can run that for 30 seconds on your player. It that does not help, then you might need to open your DVD player's casing and clean the lens manually by opening your player, get a soft cotton earbud and damp in an alcohol and gently wipe your dvd's lens. Then try to return back everything and test playing cd.