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SONY dvp-ns905v problem

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Nik73, Mar 15, 2003.

  1. Nik73

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    While watching a dvd the other day an error message came up saying the disc was dirty. The player then turned itself off and refuses to come back on for more than about 2 seconds no matter what I do.

    Is it screwed or is there something really simple I can do to sort it out?

    Muchos thankos
     
  2. Adam Barratt

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    If the player refuses to turn on and displayed the C13:00 error, it could need some major work (the laser may be cooked). I would get it back to the retailer you bought it from for some warranty repair work.

    Adam
     
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    I presume:-
    1. You could switch the unit back on after a few seconds ?
    2. No error displayed that you can relate back to the manual ?
    3. Does it happen only with a specific DVD ?
    4. How old is the unit ?
     
  4. Nik73

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    Thanks Adam, I thought as much.

    Andy,

    1) no, it refuses to come back on
    2) no, the dirty disc error came up
    3) no, it refuses to come on so I can't even get the disc out.
    4) 1 month.

    Thanks for the help guys. It's on it's back as we speak.
     

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