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Well to me either the Motor Hub or the Laser assembly needs to be replaced if no spinning then its the Motor hub if spinning and then its probably a dirty laser or a burnt out laser and needs either cleaning or replacement or it could have even come out of alignment which would also pose a issue.
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I can't get any support from sansui. I think your DVD player is trying to read the disk. It can't and its stuck in DVD mode. This is just something I would try I don't know if it will work. Unplug the power source hold down the eject button and plug it back in. The objective is to try to get it to spit that disk out before it has a chance to try to read it.I hope this helps. If it does give me a vote and I'll know it worked.
I just bought the "new" leapster 2 and it loads but it doesn't do anything when touching the screen with the pen.... It asked me to choose my coutry which i did .. took 10 mins then it picked the wrong country.. now i am stuck at putting in my son's name.. again won't do anything..
I am no expert, but I do, or did, have and xbox 360 which microsoft now has in for repairs. Long story short, the disc drive seems to be one of the weak links in this system. Failure rates of anything up to 40% of all units are being reported and many of the failures are due to this disc drive. You can try cleaning the disc, as I did many times, but this does nothing. Chances are you are going to have to send it in for repairs, or you can buy yourself another disc drive over the internet and replace it yourself, for about $40 I think, and see if that doesn't solve your issue. Best of luck.
I had the exact same problem - I bought this DVD player TODAY at a garage sale for 5 bucks, they said it wouldn't read the disc, so I looked it up and found this thread. I did what that other person did, in that I had a DVD loaded into the player, then I took the top off. The DVD worked perfectly! I actually didn't even have to touch anything inside. I then put the top back on, making sure not to tighten the screws too hard. I think what it was is that this is a very slim unit, and there really isn't much room for the motor to spin the DVD, especially if there is even a 1 millimeter bend in the casing - it prevents the DVD from spinning around. I would reccomend never putting anything on top of this DVD player.