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 Post subject: Pioneer DVL-700 player
PostPosted: 30 Mar 2020, 05:54 
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I have a DVL-700 player, that be have oddly.
Here is the procedure I do, and I’m wondering what obvious thing I’m missing.

I hit the LD button to open the tray, drop in a laserdisc, and hit play. it plays side A, and then stops. Doesn’t switch sides.

If I start over, and hit the A button, it also plays just Side A.

In either case, if I hit the B button it flips and plays fine as well.

What obvious thing and I issuing to get it to flip sides on its own.

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 Post subject: Re: Pioneer DVL-700 player
PostPosted: 30 Mar 2020, 07:05 
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It should flip on its own with Play. The Side A and Side B buttons, if used to start the movie, will only play that side. If it’s not playing both sides through with Play then it sounds like it’s not reading the table of contents properly for some reason or another.
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 Post subject: Re: Pioneer DVL-700 player
PostPosted: 30 Mar 2020, 22:28 
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The DVL-700 has the same grip ring issue the CLD-D704, 79, and 99 have. You need to clean the grip ring and add Plasti-Dip. Pioneer fixed this on the DVL-909, 919, and 91.
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 Post subject: Re: Pioneer DVL-700 player
PostPosted: 31 Mar 2020, 00:58 
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krbahr wrote:
The DVL-700 has the same grip ring issue the CLD-D704, 79, and 99 have. You need to clean the grip ring and add Plasti-Dip. Pioneer fixed this on the DVL-909, 919, and 91.


Is also what causes it to sound like a slipping clutch when is spins up a disc? kinda a sliding sound, and then the disc catches up and spins like normal.
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 Post subject: Re: Pioneer DVL-700 player
PostPosted: 31 Mar 2020, 02:30 
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bryanb wrote:
krbahr wrote:
The DVL-700 has the same grip ring issue the CLD-D704, 79, and 99 have. You need to clean the grip ring and add Plasti-Dip. Pioneer fixed this on the DVL-909, 919, and 91.


Is also what causes it to sound like a slipping clutch when is spins up a disc? kinda a sliding sound, and then the disc catches up and spins like normal.


Yep.
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 Post subject: Re: Pioneer DVL-700 player
PostPosted: 31 Mar 2020, 08:58 
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Got me a dvl-700 some time ago and it had this same issue.
Cleaning the grip ring solved this.
So far I didn't replace the actual grip ring since it does what it is supposed to do now.
In some cases I found cleaning a grip ring was only a temporal fix but with this one it appears to be working ok every time again.
Cleaning a grip ring worked most of the time but after a few spins the same issue acted up.slow on start up and a hell of a time to spin down.
this dvl-700 of mine appears to keep working for now.

far from a daily user but I do test it now and then for the sake of science.
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