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The center cone on the hub could be a problem if the player was not for the right juke. Each brand has their own style. (If you still have the old player, check and make sure the the hubs are the same.) The center cone on the hubs are glued in place so if they are different you might be able to pop the old one off and replace it to the new player. One other problem could also be the magnetic pressure disk that is supposed to hold the disk on the hub. Is it centered in the hold down arm or does it rub the sides? Does the disk wobble as it spins? The magnetic disk is supposed to hold it down on the hub to prevent it from wobbling and coming off the turntable.
OK, your discription of your problem is rather vague.
Do they try to play but skip or make god awful noises? Or do you have no audio at all?
If they are skipping check to make sure there are no smudges on the underside of the CD. If so clean them with a soft cloth,
Sometimes severe scratches can cas the same problem. You can buff out some scratched using tooth paste or you can by a scratch remover that they sell in stores (it is a gadget that will clean and buff out some scratches available in many stores).
If you have any of the label missing then this is a worse issue. It is actually the top of a CD that you need to be most careful about scratching because if you remove the laquer that protects the silver layer of the CD it will remove part of the silver with it along with any audio or data that is on it. There is no repair for this.
If you have ruled out a damaged or dirty CD then be sure you are not trying to play a CD that has data files intended for computers on a player that cannot open them. The best way to do this is to check the CD on a computer and open the drive folder and view the contents of the disk. Files such as MP3, WAV, WMA and others will not play on a standard CD player. If the files are CDA that is a standard audio CD formatting. So next see if the disk plays on the computer.
If the CD plays on a computer then return to the CD player and attemp playing again. Make sure that the player recognizes the CD being in the tray. Also, verify, if you can that the CD is spinning within the player when you play. If the CD is not spinning or the player does not recognize rge disk try a disk you know to be undamaged.
If you still have problems then you will have to have your player repaired or replace it.
HI, does the CD that you put in that doesn't play are the CD you use before and plays on your CD player?If yes then that is a lens issue the lens probably need replacement
try to clean first the lens of the player with a soft cloth dip in an alcohol wipe the lens do not apply too much pressure when wiping
are the CD format compatible with your player there are different audio formats which we must consider with the compatibility with the player ex..audio CD,MP3,MIDI,VCD,DVD,MP4 etc.your player must support this format to play this disk.
The primary cause of disk reading failure is the lens itself .if your CD player is more than 3 years old then it must be the lens to replace next is the spindle motor this motor is the one spins the disk the life span of this motor is 4 to 5 years this are the things to consider and you can decide which part needs relacement thank you and good luck!
It won't be a driver problem, DVD drives are generic, it will be either the drive has a problem, the dvd has a problem or your media player has a problem
1) Drive issue - does it player other dvd's - if yes, your drive is ok, if now you have a drive problem, try using a CD lens cleaner or a blast of canned air to clean the lens.
2) Disk issue, if just one disk doesn't play, then its a disk issue or data issue. Assuming the disk is clean and not scratched. Does the Disk have the correct country coding for your region. If not then you have to change the region setting on your DVD player
RMB My computer - Manage - Device manager - Optical drive - Properties - Regional settings. Bear in mind most DVD player will only allow about 5 changes.
3) Media player, your current media player may not have the correct codecs to decodes the video files on this disk. Go to filehippo.com download and install VLC media player. This will play about anything and its free.
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the player will no longer read any commercial cd that you attempt to
play or MP3 disks, the unit is defective and needs to be replaced. The unit has a 90 day warranty from
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When the disc is loaded, the optics attempt to first determine whether or not there is actually a disc there. If that fails, the disk won't spin. The typical causes for this are:
1) The lens is dirty so that the optics don't realize that a disc is present.
2) The optics are bad and do not attempt the above.
Try cleaning the lens using a cotton swab and alcohol. That should resolve the problem. If not, try playing a music CD. If the CD plays but a DVD does not, the optics are failing and need to be replaced. If neither one will play, the optics have failed completely and need to be replaced.