During playback of any dvd movie, the system sometimes stops suddenly and returns to the blue 'start up' screen. Repair technicians claim the problem is possibly a thermal(overheating) issue but can not identify which component.
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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 ...
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The sound board is out in the dvd player. Try another source, such as cable, and/or a gaming system if the tv gets sound it is for sure the sound board on the dvd player. Always check to make sure the dvd player doesn't have a mute option.
Sometimes, the movie video suddenly gets muted during the playback and some prompt-up message shows on your screen, like "Audio outputs temporarily muted". Actually, this is caused by Cinavia Message Code 3.
sounds like its stoping during layer switch, if the player is old its needs to be cleaned. its best to clean it once every 20hrs or so. if you do not have a disk cleaner you should go buy one first. if the player is new return it and get the best dvd player you can buy for any amount the toshiba xde. this player is phenomenal, the best you will be amazed. no i dont work for toshiba but ever since they started making hd dvd players(i know they stopped)there players have become the best. trust me if you dont think so just return it. no harm done. if you want a blu-ray get ps3 I dont like them either but i have to admit after buying (for movies only)my third blu-ray player it is by far the best one. almost as good as the toshiba on standard dvd playback but not quite. good luck.
The sound you are hearing is the lens attempting to focus. Since it seems to recover, this could be an alignment problem or just a connection problem. Without seeing the waveforms of the tracking circuit, I can not say for sure. If this is a new unit, return it for warranty exchange or repair.
It sound like the LRA-750 processor board has developed a fault, it may be in its remote IR sensor circuit or the main micro-controller. If it's still under warranty I'd take it back the the store where you purchased it and get it exchanged. Some LG items have a warranty of up to 3 years, check yours on-line, at the LG website.
Yes first try to clean the laser with a lens cleaner. If that does not work you can then try to take off the cover and clean off the lens manually with a slightly damp cotton swab and alcohol. After that turn around the swab and dry the lens with the dry side of the swab. If that doesnt work then it Probably is out of alighnment or the spindle motor is bad, and is most likly not worth the bench charge for an estimate.