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1: Get a movie and some popcorn.
2: Make sure the DVD player and the tv are turned on.
3: Push the button on either the front of the player or on the remote to open the player door to load the disc.
4. Put the disc on the tray that pops out
5. Push the same button pushed previously to close the door
6. Enjoy the movie
I have the same problem with rentals. Even discs barely scratched or with fingerprints. The ilo recorder is great for recording but not really a good player. Try watching a disc you recently recorded. If it still messes up maybe it needs cleaning? May be getting too hot too, check your clearance around your unit.
Burn your DVDs at tow positions slower than what the system and discs say. It sounds as if there is a huge amount of error being introduced during the write process. Unfortunately, the old discs can only be recovered with an external program like Zero Assumption Recovery or the like....accordianman
your motor that turns the disk probably failed you will need to ck it. if it dont make the humming sound when turned on that is a pretty good indication its not working some times it will say no disk if it dont burn something else out with it. and find out what burned out with the motor
I ordered new Capacitors for my DVD Player 2 Panisonic 1500uf 10v 105° caps and 1 Panisonic 1000uf 10v 105° cap and soldered them into the powersupply where the oviously swolen / leaking capasitors were and walla it powers up and no more high pitch noise but I can't get it to eject the cd or anything. It shows on the screen but it just says loading. My guess is it did some dammage to other components inside the machine. I suppose it was worth a shot but now I am going to toss it and get a name brand. ILO isn't in business anymore... Oh and yes I did try the reset button abov the DVI connector...
I have ILO dvd ro5/zu Burner walmart cheapy and I read Capacitors for power supply go bad and leak there are 2 (fuhjyyu 2200uf 10volt) also it runs very very hot so I put in an old computer fan to cool it down works great now, problems with clock flashing and humming noise while recording and playing back. It still has a little hum but other than that it works great 3-4 years old over 150 dvd's burned.
This product is known for freezing up. You can get it fixed but it will cost more than you paid for the machine. Best advice, throw it away and buy a name brand recorder. The company will stand behind their products instead of dodging their responsibility of making a decent machine and ripping everyone off. I learned the hard way too, and yes, it hurts the pride.