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post #39361 of 39365 Old 07-22-2014, 09:39 AM
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I recently had my 83 repaired. I believe Oppo's policy is that if the repair requires parts there is a $75 flat fee. My repair didn't cost anything as the description was 'the removal of dust, hair, and lint'.

Either way for me it was money well spent (shipping) just to get it cleaned and checked over as I will be using it in a secondary system for years to come.
Hmm. They charged me $79 back in April.
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Hmm. They charged me $79 back in April.
Cheap at twice the price!

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Hmm. They charged me $79 back in April.
The flat fee could be $79 and I just mis-remember. Either way you can't go wrong.


I suppose you could keep the $79 and replace the BDP-83 with a Sansu

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^ Report the disc to OPPO and they can check it out. Give them the bar code number off the disc packaging to be sure they are looking at the identical version.

Try changing your BD-Live setting. Some discs need that turned OFF. Some need it turned ON even if you do not have networking set up.
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After talking with Oppo and trying everything they told me to try still could not play. They never asked to send in disk they did say that they would report it but wouldn't say it would ever be fixed. So I guess I'll have to watch it on my 10 year old Panasonic BD player and 50 inch instead of my 106 inch screen with sound system.
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^ They would only need to borrow your disc if it was one they could not readily purchase. These reports don't get trashed. But if it's a decoder problem they also can't give you a trial fix since that has to be generated by the decoder chip maker.
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