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Hi all
I have been having 'unknown disc' issues out of the blue, and this happened to discs which were totally playable before. Wasn't the disc - tried them on other players.
Did the reset, and followed the instructions on the wiki link.. but it still happens..
At other times, the player plays other discs fine, and CD / DVDs too.
Any idea what's wrong?

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Hi all
I have been having 'unknown disc' issues out of the blue, and this happened to discs which were totally playable before. Wasn't the disc - tried them on other players.
Did the reset, and followed the instructions on the wiki link.. but it still happens..
At other times, the player plays other discs fine, and CD / DVDs too.
Any idea what's wrong?

Thanks
The most likely explanation is that you've picked up some dirt or particulate film on the laser lens. There are two lens assemblies: The blue one for Blu-ray discs and the red one for CDs and SD-DVDs.

If you are mechanically inclined, it is not tough in the 83 to access the lens assembly inside the optical drive and clean it gently with a Q-tip and some rubbing alcohol. (Do *NOT* use one of those "cleaning discs" with brushes that rotate against the lens, as they may put it out of alignment.)

Another approach is to get a can of clean compressed air (as sold in camera stores for cleaning lenses) and shoot a few squirts in through the open tray. The lens assembly is under the tray, pointing up.

OPPO Tech Support can walk you through this if you'd like. Otherwise you can send the player to OPPO for flat rate service. They will clean it and check it out -- the price includes fixing anything else they find wrong with it.
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I had a look:
The laser bit is that part beyond the rubber belts?
On the bottom? I am assuming there's no need to pop the hood and dismantle.
Will give it shot over the weekend..
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I have a super weird problem with my BDP-83 that I have not seen mentioned anywhere; When I play back a movie the picture sometimes stutters, and sometimes stutters to the point where it becomes slow motion. Only for a few seconds, and the audio keeps playing fine. I have only noticed it on my new LG B6 OLED, but I have turned off all of the "picture enhancements", and I have not seen this problem from any other source. Does anyone have any clue what I'm talking about here?
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I have a super weird problem with my BDP-83 that I have not seen mentioned anywhere; When I play back a movie the picture sometimes stutters, and sometimes stutters to the point where it becomes slow motion. Only for a few seconds, and the audio keeps playing fine. I have only noticed it on my new LG B6 OLED, but I have turned off all of the "picture enhancements", and I have not seen this problem from any other source. Does anyone have any clue what I'm talking about here?
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Does this happen to DVDs or Blu-rays or both?

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I would suggest cleaning the disc then try it again
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I haven't played a DVD in a while, so I don't know if it happens then. It doesn't happen to every disc, so it's super strange. I forgot to mention that if I press the "resolution" button on the remote a few times, and switch between auto and 1080p, it eventually disappears. It's as if the player is having problems syncing the framerate to the tv, if that makes any sense.
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Is the video connected directly to your display or going through a receiver or switch?

I would try reseating the HDMI cables. Even if they have worked for a long time the friction fit of the plugs barely works and sometimes needs attention.

Then I would think about a bit of fluff attached to the laser. Take a can of compressed air and blow it through the open tray slot.

If still no good I would open the box and gently clean the laser heads with rubbing alcohol.

Do you want to put any money into this? OPPO has fixed price repair ($70 something?) and will fix it for you.

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It's connected directly to the tv. I live in Sweden, so no Oppo repair shop for me.
I will try the rest of those tricks though.
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Does anyone have a link to a video on how to reach and clean the heads?
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Does anyone have a link to a video on how to reach and clean the heads?
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Its pretty simple, a video isn't really required. I'm sure there are descriptions buried in this thread. Once you figure out how to remove the top plate of the player by tilting it up at the rear, all that's needed is to remove the 4 tiny screws that hold the top on the drive case. The laser assembly (OPU) is staring right at you. Just clean both lasers gently with a slightly damp q-tip. You might also want to redistribute the grease that's on the 2 rails which the OPU rides on.
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A few weeks back I posted about a problem I was having with the stuck loader on my unit. (A particular individual at) Oppo was nice enough to agree to send me a repair kit. The kit consists of a new top plate for the loader which includes the puck/hub with the magnet, and a new tray drive belt.

I did the swap a couple of weeks back and it took care of the problem. The new top plate looks identical to the old one except for finish, which might simply be due to age. Oppo has confirmed they lowered the magnetic strength of the puck. My old drive belt was no longer round when removed, so perhaps it had stretched. I suspect as the drive belts get older and stretch, they cannot overcome the too-strong magnet in the puck.

Anyway, all is well now. Hope this info helps others with similar issues.
PaulF, What did you say to them to get this kit sent to you? I asked about the tray loading issue, and I was just told the stock $99 for out-of-warranty repair. It's not worth that much to me, but if I can get a repair kit, even if I have a pay a little for it, I'd rather do that than pay for shipping and $99.
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PaulF, What did you say to them to get this kit sent to you? I asked about the tray loading issue, and I was just told the stock $99 for out-of-warranty repair. It's not worth that much to me, but if I can get a repair kit, even if I have a pay a little for it, I'd rather do that than pay for shipping and $99.
I think I heard somewhere that the 83 loader "repair kits" are no longer available. Sending it in to Oppo might be the only option, and they might even be down to robbing parts off old players for repairs.

Working 83s are still worth $150-200 on eBay, so I don't understand how its "not worth it" to repair.
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Got a buddy who is a big techie to help and he opened up the case, took off the drive lid (4 screws for the lid and another 4 for the drive cover).
Cleaned the lasers with a clean cotton bud and put it back..
Some discs played, and others didn't.
Thanks for the tips
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My 83SE has started doing the "unknown disc" thing. I use this player only for audio playback. (Have a 2nd 83 for video in another room on another system). Did this error repeatedly yesterday. Then it played. Strange. When I would put in a CD and it would initially spin up the disc to read what it is, there would be a noise like a bearing binding up. I suspect the spindle motor. Anyone else have an issue with the motor that spins the disc? And with Oppo eventually pulling out of the US there will be no more tech support or repairs, so seems to me that will diminish the value of these players substantially.
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And with Oppo eventually pulling out of the US there will be no more tech support or repairs, so seems to me that will diminish the value of these players substantially.

Untrue. They said:

Though Oppo Digital will gradually stop manufacturing new products, existing products will continue to be supported, warranties will still be valid, and both in-warranty and out-of-warranty repair services will continue to be available. Firmware will continue to be maintained and updates released from time to time. Customers can rest assured that they will continue to receive the high quality service and support that they have come to expect from Oppo Digital.

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IMHO, I won't hold my breath on having Oppo support beyond the first couple of years...
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Untrue. They said:

Though Oppo Digital will gradually stop manufacturing new products, existing products will continue to be supported, warranties will still be valid, and both in-warranty and out-of-warranty repair services will continue to be available. Firmware will continue to be maintained and updates released from time to time. Customers can rest assured that they will continue to receive the high quality service and support that they have come to expect from Oppo Digital.
For how long is the question. Probably at least as long as they sell existing new product and need to support warranty claims. Give it a few years and then revisit that statement "will continue to be available".

Can anyone address the actual PROBLEM I mentioned I am having with my 83SE?
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My 83SE has started doing the "unknown disc" thing. I use this player only for audio playback. (Have a 2nd 83 for video in another room on another system). Did this error repeatedly yesterday. Then it played. Strange. When I would put in a CD and it would initially spin up the disc to read what it is, there would be a noise like a bearing binding up. I suspect the spindle motor. Anyone else have an issue with the motor that spins the disc? And with Oppo eventually pulling out of the US there will be no more tech support or repairs, so seems to me that will diminish the value of these players substantially.
My own 93 Nuforce (with a drive changed 5 years ago) has the same noise and the occasional disc that doesn't play. Asked the country rep about it, and he also said try cleaning, maybe lub the gears, but essentially if it fails, get a new player..

I have done my best to maintain this player with the audiophile bits for as long as I could but if it dies, there's a Sony X700 waiting in the flanks, alongside a Sony X800 already being used as my main player for BR and 4k discs.
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Got a buddy who is a big techie to help and he opened up the case, took off the drive lid (4 screws for the lid and another 4 for the drive cover).
Cleaned the lasers with a clean cotton bud and put it back..
Some discs played, and others didn't.
Thanks for the tips
That whole carriage rides on those 2 big silver rails, and its good to re-lubricate those as well while you're in there. In your image you can see a little bit of lube built up at the ends. If that carriage is sticking it will cause read errors. Often you just need to re-distribute the lube.
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Noted, may I know what kind of grease should I tell my boffin friend to use?
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I updated the firmware today for the first time since i bought my 83 used in 2011. Not sure i will noting any change or not.

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I updated the firmware today for the first time since i bought my 83 used in 2011. Not sure i will noting any change or not.
I think there were two or three official releases since 2011, mostly for small support or disk compatibility issues - I think the last one fixed a problem with playing "Monsters University".

I looked at the links in the first post and the links to the firmware definitions have been moved in the Oppo page, so if you're really curious, I'd get in touch with Oppo and ask them where they are, or to send you valid links.

Otherwise, my 83 has been performing like a champ with the latest, and I don't notice a difference (I did play Monsters University on it).
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I updated my 83 and it seems fine.

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Oppo screen is flourescent pink and letters neon green...

and everything is displayed in variations of these two colors. I haven't watched this unit in many months (I have my main BDP-83 in the living room) so last night I was shocked to see this happen. Nothing, including a factory reset and power helped. In addition, there is no audio. I found this out last Christmas when I just wanted to listen to a Christmas CD and even though the counter was progressing, no sound. I run an 18 ghz. HDMI cable to a 2.2 compliant Yamaha HTR, which then goes to a Samsung OneConnect box, then off to the Samsung 8000 series LED. I also run my Dish Network and Roku through the Yamaha/OneConnect string with no problems. Has anyone ever heard of this?
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and everything is displayed in variations of these two colors. I haven't watched this unit in many months (I have my main BDP-83 in the living room) so last night I was shocked to see this happen. Nothing, including a factory reset and power helped. In addition, there is no audio. I found this out last Christmas when I just wanted to listen to a Christmas CD and even though the counter was progressing, no sound. I run an 18 ghz. HDMI cable to a 2.2 compliant Yamaha HTR, which then goes to a Samsung OneConnect box, then off to the Samsung 8000 series LED. I also run my Dish Network and Roku through the Yamaha/OneConnect string with no problems. Has anyone ever heard of this?
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and everything is displayed in variations of these two colors. I haven't watched this unit in many months (I have my main BDP-83 in the living room) so last night I was shocked to see this happen. Nothing, including a factory reset and power helped. In addition, there is no audio. I found this out last Christmas when I just wanted to listen to a Christmas CD and even though the counter was progressing, no sound. I run an 18 ghz. HDMI cable to a 2.2 compliant Yamaha HTR, which then goes to a Samsung OneConnect box, then off to the Samsung 8000 series LED. I also run my Dish Network and Roku through the Yamaha/OneConnect string with no problems. Has anyone ever heard of this?
I had the exact same problem, the issue was when running my TV in 10-bit mode. I had to change my TV to 8-bit mode (turning off UHD color) and make sure Deep Color was off via the Oppo to fix the issue, but that was an unsatisfactory fix

As @Bob Pariseau suggested, I connected Oppo -- they directed me to 1011 ver2 beta firmware, and that fixed the issue.
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It worked!

Picture is right and all audio is back. Thanks to you both, and of course Oppo.
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Will the Oppo remote for the 103 or 203 work with the 83?

Also what if any IOS app will work with the 83?

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