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Re: JVC Sirius KD-LH300 CD Player
You need to open your stereo for manually clean the laser lens.With cotton Qtip wet in isoprophilic alcohol clean the laser lens then with the dry part of the qtip clean the residues of the alcohol.The lens look like an fish eye.
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this could be dust on the lens that reads the disc.
Use a disk-based lens cleaner to remove ground in dust or dirt from the CD player's lens. These lens cleaners look like a regular CDs, but have specially-made bushes on the reverse side that gently remove excess dirt from the CD-reading lens. Simply put the CD in your player, and press the "Play" button to clean the lens. Do not run the cleaner more than once, as excess brushing can cause scratches on the lens.
Polish the lens. Use a glass or eyeglass cleaning solution and a lint-free cloth to gently polish the reading lens. Clean it by using a low amount of pressure and softly polishing the lens and its surrounding area using soft, circular motions. Do this for about a minute or two and then allow the player to sit for a few minutes before trying to play a CD.
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First, Try another DVD to be sure its not just a scratched disk. Make sure the disk is spinning (you will hear and feel it spin up). If its spinning but still wont read you can clean the lens inside the DVD player with a air compressor or can of compressed air. The better solution would be to use a CD designed for cleaning the lens that read the DVD. They are quite cheap and are very nice to have around. If it still will not read then you are much much better off just junking that DVD player and buying another. They do not make replacement parts for DVD players and they are getting very cheap to replace. Good Luck. Thank You
If it will play a CD but not a DVD then it could be the Laser is failing. If it won't play either then its more than likely that the Laser has failed.
First thing though is to try cleaning it with a Lens Cleaning DVD.
If after this it still won't recognized a DVD you need to remove the Main Cover followed by the DVD Tray cover. You can then clean the lens directly with some lens cleaner fluid and a QTip. Make sure you only use a little cleaner fluid and wipe off with a dry QTip. Do not touch the lens with your fingers.
After you've reassembled the unit if you still have the same fault then the Laser has failed and would require replacing, although this is not normally cost effective.
how long have you been using this player? The problem should be from the lens (laser).
The lens is weak and that's why it cannot read/load Cd's. The weak lens is also what's making it skip.
Get a lens cleaner and use it to clean the lens, but if the lens still does the same thing even after using the lens cleaner, then it means you would have to change the whole lens completely to a brand new one.
By so doing your player would play all Cd's with no problem at all.
hi.. Try buying a Laser Lens Cleaner Disc from Wal-Mart, FYE music store, or
any other place that might sell DVD players. Your Laser Lens that reads
the DVD'S is full of dust. Try using the laser lens cleaner disc i
mentioned to clean the laser lens...
The manual says "C13/Disc Error:
The system cannot read the discinformation correctly.mEject the MD once, then insert it again." It seems this error turns up when the system cannot read the disc properly, one reason for which is a dirty/dusty lens. Try a minidisc lens cleaner if you haven't already.