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Re: Venturer Home Theater DVD
Sounds like heat related problem. It is possible that a vital component inside (circuitry) is heating up. Chances are that it is a component level repair. If you are not comfortable working with a soldering iron and a VOM, it is probably best you seek the services of a qualified technician.
It is also worth to check if the unit has an exhaust/cooling fan that simply is not turning right.
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First of all,if you are using rental dvds, there might be scratch which your dvd player might have an issue to read it;however,if you have tried many dvds in this player and you are having this issue, it is time to move on to another dvd player. I recommend a Pioneer dvd player. solutiondoct
the red, yellow,white cables connect them to both of the dvd players.One of them the little switch on the side put one on dvd and the other one on av in. then put a dvd in one and play it. (make sure both are on)
mY DAV-C770 has the exact same problem ...when watching a movie it will intermittently pause or freeze ...then continue. It will do this 20 or 30 times throughout a movie.
I asked a tech at Sony for help and he told me the laser reader is out of alignment.
The minimum amount to have the dvd player sent out and repaired is $200.00, and thats if it does not require any parts.
with a new laser reader it will be about $400.00. Almost the same price as a new dream system. Not worth fixing. I used to think really highly of Sony - until now.