[TechAssist] Re: Sony DVP-S570D : ROM Question

From standby, activate the diagnostic mode by pressing Title, Clear, Power
in that order.  Follow the menus to the ROM ID.

It could be that it is having problems with dual layer discs.  The auto
alignment is pretty simple, just follow the on screen instructions.

On Blockbuster discs, you need to examine the disc with a problem.  They use
disc protectors that are often installed with some of the plastic (and
adhesive) overlapping the hole.  This usually causes the discs to hang up on
the spindle and jam, but can sometimes jsut cause it to not seat on the
spindle correctly.

Other rental dealers are using these protectors as well.  I recommend
getting the offending discs with the unit to check them.

Leonard G. Caillouet
Electronics World
Gainesville, FL
352-332-5608
352-332-5668 (fax)


----- Original Message -----
From: "Shoreline Electronics" <jstielau@xxxxxxxx>
To: "Tech Assist Group" <techassist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, November 14, 2003 8:40 AM
Subject: [TechAssist] Sony DVP-S570D : ROM Question


>
> Make :Sony
> Model : DVP-S570D  DVD Player
> Problem : Customer report that it will freeze up when playing the newer
> disks from Blockbuster Video !
>
> I see the following bulletin and wondered if there was a way of telling if
> this unit has this ROM installed in it already?  Was there a serial number
> cut of point where they started to install these at the factory?
>
> Is there a series of buttons to press that will tell me the ROM version?
>
> =======================
> SONY   DVPS570D
>
> Modification: No Disc / Error C:13:00 / Won;T Play Dual Layer Disc
>
> Symptoms Include:
> 1. When Playing A Dual Layer Disc, The Video May Sometimes Stop Or May Not
> Play A Dual Layer Disc.
>
> 2. When Playing A Lpcm (Linear Pcm - Standard Audio Of Dvd) Disc After
> Playing A Normal Music (Cdca Disc, The Sound May Sometimes Disappear.
>
> 3. Sometimes, Cd/Dvd/Video-Cd Will Not Play. In These Cases, "No Disc" Or
> "C:13:00" Would Appear On The Display.
>
> Solution:
> 1. Replace The Syscon Rom (Ic 106) On The Mb86 Board With The Latest
> Version.
>
> Model / IC# / Part Number / Description
> DVP-S360  IC106 PN 875982872 IC MR27V1602E-39TPZ060
> DVP-S560D IC106 PN 680010101 IC MR27V3202E-A4TPZ060
> DVP-S570D IC106 PN 680010101  IC MR27V3202E-A5TPZ060
>
>
> ---------------------------------------------------------------
>
>
> ==========================
> Jeff Stielau
> Shoreline Electronics Repair
> 344 East Main Street
> Clinton,CT 06413
> 860-399-1861
> 860-664-3535 (fax)
> jstielau@xxxxxxxx
> ========================
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