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 Post subject: [DVL-919E] Skipping
PostPosted: 30 Mar 2024, 17:16 
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Hello all, I've been having trouble with a DVL-919E that keeps skipping. It seems to do it on Side A and B. On Side A, it'll usually be after about 3 minutes, Side B usually within a minute. If I fast forward over the area, it'll seem to play OK for a bit.

I have tried the following:
- Removed old grease and dirt from the metal poles and plastic rails
- Added small amount of silicone lubricant to the metal poles
- Swapped the M-holder for a new one (Pioneer genuine)
- Swapped the gears on the M-holder for new ones (Pioneer genuine)

Nothing seems to make a difference. The plastic rails look straight as best I can tell.

Has anyone got experience of fixing this? The closest I found was: [DVL-909] Issues with first minute of side B? - however, this refers to only Side B problems.
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 Post subject: Re: [DVL-919E] Skipping
PostPosted: 05 Apr 2024, 21:31 
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Since this is also on side A I'm guessing that you have checked that the gears are moving freely and no grit in the white track. I can tell you that I've have found a few motors that have weak or dead spots and I've had to replace the movement motor. Otherwise make sure the metal rail has a very thin coat of silicon grease so it can slide.
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 Post subject: Re: [DVL-919E] Skipping
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krbahr wrote:
Since this is also on side A I'm guessing that you have checked that the gears are moving freely and no grit in the white track. I can tell you that I've have found a few motors that have weak or dead spots and I've had to replace the movement motor. Otherwise make sure the metal rail has a very thin coat of silicon grease so it can slide.


Thank you, the movement motor is something I hadn't considered. This would be my first failed one if so! I'll see how easy it is to get hold of a new motor. I did also lubricate the whole plastic rail on both sides, it seemed to make a difference but it just moved the problem around a little or after a few times of being stuck, it would sometimes get past it.
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 Post subject: Re: [DVL-919E] Skipping
PostPosted: 06 Apr 2024, 17:51 
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You don't want to lubricate the plastic track, it should be dry, you need to lubricate the metal guide rail.
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