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Dvd freezes, error code T61

No matter what disc we put in the tray for disc 3 it starts and goes a few minutes and then freezes. Then there's lots of clicking noises, but the screen is blank. Then we briefly get error code T 61 and it moves on to the next disc. All 4 other discs will play just fine. What does T 61 mean and how do I fix it? Thanks!

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  • Alanna Kaup Jul 09, 2007

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Check ur lens alingment

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