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It won't play for one of two reasons: 1. There is something inside the DVD player, which keeps it from playing. 2. The DVD player's battery has run out of juice and can no longer play, meaning the player needs to be replaced.
If your DVD/VCR has been droped or bumped or jolted in any kind of way. Their could be a loose connection inside your GO Video combo. I dont think that it is a part that has gone bad. I am almost positive you just have a short where your wires connect into your circuit board please check all of them and heat up connections with slodering iron apply fresh solder to them as well. Also look at your circuit board with magnifying glass and see do you have any broken prints. Check the cable going to the laser that reads your DVD make sure those points are connected. Try this if problem persist change your pickup coil. Anyone that services VCR's can fix this for you. Parts in this model are easy to find because it uses parts made by other major companies.
sounds like you have broken piece moving around on the inside or broken dvd inside my youngest son put a music cd in my dvd player and didnt put it in right and it broke causing player to make clunking sound and door refused to open. The broken cd was found when player was opened up and sorry to say the tray was broken because of it
That is called a limit switch. Disassemble the player and check this switch. It might be stucked. Perform continuity test using an ohmmeter. If resistance does not change when switched and released, replace it. Check also for loose ribbon connection. Realign connections and resolder connector terminals.
you've probably over extended the the flat wirecable that powers the screen inside the dvd player by opening the screen too far. Open the dvd player as if putting in a dvd, now look in the right hand upper corner and you'll see a white flat wire, this wire is probably your problem. open the dvd player and look at the connection, the wire should be crooked, push the wire into the connection securely and the screen should come on. check it out!! Mr.Fixright.
NK, you have a solder connection or wiring that has come loose or is poorly soldered.. Unless you're really good with electronics don't tackle this one yourself... It's probably not an expensive repair either. A reputable shop can have this one back and running in less than an hour...
If you would like to research a good shop in your area goto:
and enter your state and zip info. That site is the National Electronic Service Dealer's Assn. kinda like going to the AMA to find a good licensed doctor...