Sony DVD Player Troubleshooting?

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There are various models of Sony DVD players. To address a problem, check the troubleshooting section of the owner's manual. Sony also offers online support at Esupport Sony.
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1. Try playing different DVDs to see if the disc, not the Sony DVD player, is the source of your problem. 2. Clean the disc by placing a few drops of rubbing alcohol on a piece of
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1. With the player in stand-by mode (take out any discs and leave it alone for several minutes) press on the remote, in this order: TOP MENU, CLEAR, POWER. 2. A menu will appear with
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Check that you have all the required cords: the audio, optical digital, the coaxial digital as well as the S video cord are necessary. Insert the cords in the jacks provided with
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Play a Video CD with the PBC functions. Once the user starts doing this, the menu for selection will appear. Press the number buttons (from the remote possibly) to select the item
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How to Troubleshoot a Sony DVD Player
Sony DVD players are among the most popular models on the market. Like any electronic component, a Sony DVD player may eventually develop problems or display the dreaded Disc Error message. Before you run to the nearest repair shop, try these... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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