How does one clean a DVD player laser lens?

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To clean DVD player laser lens you need to buy a lens cleaner from the correct vendor or store and following the instructions on the cleaning manual do it carefully. You can also open the DVD casing and unlock it then locate the lens and using a fine clean cloth clean it carefully.
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1. Make sure the laser pickup lens is actually the problem. There are a wide variety of reasons that a DVD player might not read a disc efficiently. The disc could be scratched or
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If your DVD player is having trouble reading your movies, the lens may have acquired dust. You can buy lens cleaners at most department and electronics stores.
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You don't. That takes a tech that has been there before and done that. Why do you think that is even a problem, that lens in even a very harsh environment, normally would not need
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The best way to clean the laser in your DVD player is with rubbing
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