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shatto

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PostSubject: DVD Player Help Please   January 18th 2014, 11:12 pm

DVD Player Help Please

The Netflix Blu-ray movie began making progressively louder
'ticking' sound that eventually drowned-out the movie audio.
I ran my Maxell CD-340 Lens Cleaner through a complete cycle
and the audio was clear.
Clear until the end of the movie when the noise reappeared.

The Maxell CD-340 Lens Cleaner has been used maybe
four times and looks fine so I must presume it is,
as it still looks to be, in proper working order.

All the above occurred in my SONY Model ;BTY-T58
Blu-ray Disc/DVD Home Theatre System.

Boy oh-boy, could I use some help.
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PostSubject: Re: DVD Player Help Please   January 19th 2014, 12:25 am

Does the same thing happen with a different DVD?

Of course DVDs aren't like an old records where cleaning helps much. DVDs usually work or they don't.

If you recently moved things around you might make sure your cable connectors are firmly attached. There still could be a problem with the amp or player.
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PostSubject: Re: DVD Player Help Please   January 19th 2014, 12:07 pm

Likely the surface of the DVD has foreign material on it, or has sustained damage in the form of a scratch or nick.

You might try to clean the DVD surface. Water and a microfiber towel usually work well for me.

I did have a brand new Disney DVD that was manufactured bad. It was either out of round, surface wasn't true all the way across or wasn't consistently weighted. I could hear audible contact of the DVD as it spun up in the player. As the RPMS increases the rate of the contact noise would increase. The DVD player would try to play it, but eventually would spit it out.

We contacted Disney, and they replaced the DVD.

You can report a damaged DVD to NetFlix and they should send you out a different one.
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