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First, Try another DVD to be sure its not just a scratched disk. Make sure the disk is spinning (you will hear and feel it spin up). If its spinning but still wont read you can clean the lens inside the DVD player with a air compressor or can of compressed air. The better solution would be to use a CD designed for cleaning the lens that read the DVD. They are quite cheap and are very nice to have around. If it still will not read then you are much much better off just junking that DVD player and buying another. They do not make replacement parts for DVD players and they are getting very cheap to replace. Good Luck. Thank You
Your toshiba is not spinning that's why it keeps on saying loading. Unplug the dvd Open the device,once open plugin the dvd and put the dvd cleaner in the player. take your finger on the top where the dvd disk is and spin the disk. What happening is that you are cleaning the len. keep spinning until it spin on its own.Put the toshiba top back on and clean again. It should clean on it's on. Now you can play your dvd. Clean your dvd on a regular basic.
If you know for a fact that the discs you are putting in, then there is obviously something wrong with the DVD player. When you put a DVD in your player, can you hear it spinning the disc at all? If your DVD is not even spinning the disk, I'm afraid your DVD player might be toast. If it does spin your discs, try a lens cleaning disc (available at pretty much any home electronics store or large chain store that sells home electronics). If that does not help, let us know and also let us know if you would be comfortable opening your DVD player.
If the disc isn't spinning, and you have cleaned the lens (using a proper method) then it is likely that the laser has failed. The disc usually won't spin until the laser has sent/recieved a pulse from the surface of the disc. A new laser is usually about the cost of a new player.