I took the cover off. Moved the lense to the outer edge with my finger. Then rubbed the lense with a q-tip soaked in eye drop fluid (rubbing alcohol would work better). Then wiped it with the dry end. Works greats now!
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Re: TROUBLE WITH KLH DVD-8350 PLAYER
Need more info, but did you try with another movie dvd? have you clean it with a cleaner dvd, blow some dry air by the port of the tray when it is open(could by a can in radio shack), if everything dosent funcion, then, you need a tech, the disc is not runing or the reading sistem has damage...good luck
Despite the fact that there is a warenty invalid if broken sticker on the back, I opened mine up anyway. I thoroughly cleaned with can air. Later noticed that the track that holds the motor that makes the disc spin wasn't moving. It suspose but it wasn't so I gently nudged it to the right, popped in a disc and it worked fine. My problem is I got up and I tried to move it off my lap and place it back on the stand stumbled and dropped the player. So after it dangled from the cord and smashed into the entertainment center it won't come on at all now, but it did work prior to my clumsiness.
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it could be the disc itself dvds really don't age that well a common problem is that one day they just decide to freeze and stop working even though they had only been played a few times the most extreme would be your situation. I would suggest trying newer dvds out if same problem occurs then it is a problem with the dvd player.
Tries websites like Amazon.com,Ebay.com buy a set that call a DVD or CD disc laser eye cleaner.Used it might help.If still happening than the laser eye itself it is dying and to be dead soon.DVD players that are having laser eyes are dying or don't read DVD or CD disc like say no disc all the time.Are not repairable except replaced the whole laser eye data's reader itself not practical,because u can a whole new basic DVD player just the same prices or even cheaper.These day a basic DVD players u can buy it like $40 brand new at any major box retailers stores like Walmart,Target..extra.
This sound like a problem with the laser read circuits and it may be solved with a simple cleaning and using compressed air to clear the unit of debris .To do this you must take off the top cover of your unit by taking out the screws and lifting the top off. To clean the laser head you should use cotton swabs and isopropyl alcohol. put a small amount on the cotton swab and rub the swab gently back and forth over the head, until it seems bright and shiny.Check the transport carriage for dust and debris and also the gears. all these must be clean for proper operation. You may want to put a little lithium grease on the gears and guide rails for smooth operation. All this should be done in minute amounts so you do not over do it and cause more problems. If all this fails to allow you to use you disc player, Then you probably have a worn out laser sensor and will have to have it replaced. If under warranty send it in and if not try to find the part number and order it and either take in to a service center for repairs or do it yourself. Hope this helps you with your problem.
it depends on the condition of your dvds and how old your player is.
try using a DVD disc cleaner. This cleaner looks just like a disc with some extra little brushes on its surface. Some DVD cleaner kits even come with supplies to clean and modify scratches on your discs. if this dont work you may want to get a new player..
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Probably not much help. but the 1st thing I would do is check to see if the disc is even turning...put it in with label straight up, then when it fails, eject...odds are severely against the disc being oriented the same way if it spins, so if it hasn't moved, the main drive motor is bound up or dead. Either way, return it.
Your DVD player is having a problem reading the disc. This is what is accounting for the pausing and the slow loading times...especially if it plays other movies without hitches. Even if the DVD is cleaned, some scratching on the disc will prevent it from being viewed properly. Blockbuster shoudl give you another disc to try of the same movie if you ask. Also, you can try getting a cleaner for your DVD player to remove dust and help it read discs better.
Well I have been repairing dvd players a while now and the main problem spots are laser ,spindle motor, laser tracking motor and the biggest culprit and un suspecting one the lens cable .....most of them range from the lens cable to the spindle motor though... the constant movement of the lens in watching a whole movie causes the cable to unknowingly and slowly break and if the spindle motor is defective ,on inserting a dvd the disc spins slowly and you may hear the lens chirping ... so you can check those....
the lasers not detectinfg the movie as it has to focus on the disc before the unit will reconize it as a disc or movie. Have you tryed to clean the lens with a disc cleanner yet? try it and let us know. Good Luck