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Very Important to notice and trouble shoot! Tray opens by it self Sony BDVE985W
7 replies to this topic
Posted September 06 2012 - 07:25 AM
Hey Guys, I have the mentioned Sony Home theater, every time I play a movie using my USB, the tray opens and closes by it self, and it interupts my movie. I took it to the service center, they changed the touch panel, and still the same issue. Did any one experienced this? I need to understand, does it get effected via un-original movies, copy righted?:confused: Thunder www.thunder-board.com www.youtube.com/thunderboard2010
Posted September 06 2012 - 10:18 AM
What do you mean "un-original movies, copyrighted?"...??? Does this mean you are playing DRM-stripped files via USB? If so, all bets are off on a system working correctly. Also, are you "hot swapping" the USB? It says right in the owners manual you can't "hot swap".
Posted September 06 2012 - 08:51 PM
What do you mean by horswap? It was just a question, some torrents are not copyrighted which is not a surprise.
Posted September 07 2012 - 03:57 AM
Your owners manual says to "plug in and unplug" from the USB...it has to be OFF. Are you doing that?
Posted September 07 2012 - 04:00 AM
Thanks for your reply. No not realy, can you tell more about it?
Posted September 07 2012 - 04:36 AM
Tell you more about what? Having the audio system "off" when you plug in and unplug a USB? ???
Posted September 07 2012 - 04:39 AM
look either you be clear, or just get out of it. Thanks
Posted September 07 2012 - 04:42 AM
I am being clear. I'm not understanding what "else" you need to know... In YOUR OWNERS MANUAL.... When you use the USB... 1. Turn it off(rather stand-by) 2. Plug the USB drive in 3. Turn it on. When you remove the USB 1. Turn it off(stand-by) 2. Remove the USB 3. Turn it on. Is that clear enough?
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