Sony DVP-NS305 Fault. Can You Help?

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  1. jayd2

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    I have a Sony DVP-NS305, which whilst playing a DVD, just stopped and went to stand-by. Now when you go to swith it on, it comes on then switches itself back to standby straight away. Most places I have rung to see to get it fix, want a fee just to look at it, but don't want to waste my time if it is a expensive repair. Would like to keep the player though as see it as a good player, apart from this fault. Anyones help will be appreciated. :thumbsup:
     
  2. Barrovian

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    I've got one of these. Damn fine player that's given almost two years of sterling service. No doubt, it will now go t*ts up :rolleyes: , but to be honest if it does, I think it will be cheaper to replace rather that repair. Stand alone DVD players are now almost a disposable item. Plus, New = 12 months warranty :)
     
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    Same thing happened to me on my DVP-NS405, two weeks out of 2-year warranty. Local repair shop said that the laser is dead and needs to be replaced. For the price of laser replacement I just bought a new Pioneer. ;)
     

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