How to Configure Jumpers on an LG DVD Player

The LG DVD Reader optical drive is designed to be placed inside a PC, where it is used to read and burn data DVDs and play movie DVDs. In order for the LG DVD player to work properly with the Windows operating system, a series of switches, or “jumpers”, which are on its back panel must be set before its installation. The procedure is simple and only requires the use of a common tool found in most homes. Things You’ll Need
Bath Towel
Flat Edged Jeweler Screwdriver
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Place a bath towel on a table. Remove the LG DVD Reader optical drive from its protective packaging. Place the reader on the bath towel with the circuit boards facing up and the back panel facing you.
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Locate the jumpers on the rear panel. They are in a depression. Place the tip of the flat-edged screwdriver against the jumper on the column that has “Master” and “Slave” listed on each end. Push the tip of the flat-edged screwdriver so as to move the jumper from its neutral position to the side that says “Slave”.
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Place the tip of the flat-edged screwdriver against the jumper on the column that has “CSEL” or “CS” listed on one end. Push the tip of the flat-edged screwdriver against the jumper so as to set the jumper away from “CESL” or “CS” and to a neutral position.

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