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DVD Player shuts off randomly.

The machine just turns itself off completely. One minute it's playing, the next I have static. I have a 12 disc collection of 80s music videos that I play here in my teahouse. I can pretty much predict which videos it will shut off during, but the discs are in good shape. I have cleaned them just to be sure and I even used one of those special dvds to clean the player's mechanism. Also, today I paused the player for a while and it shut off while on pause. This is very annoying. Any help?

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  • doraine Jan 17, 2009

    I have a 5 disc DVD player by venturer up 580 and it shuts off randomly, doesn't always recognize the disc. HELP This product has a production date of 2004, I have this problem since about 2005.

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Visit the website for this product, http://www.1800customersupport.com/venturer Call or email them for assistance.

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