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OK, first go through these steps:
(if they doesn't work, then you have to say good bye to the combo.
1.) check if your DVDs aren't scratched (very common)
2.) check if your DVDs aren't dirty (eg. somebody held it in his hands after he ate a juicy marmelade bread)
3.) Try to clean the head (lens) of your DVD player with a cleaning DVD (at least 5 times).
Please try cleaning the lens with a lens cleaner and also make sure that you don't have unbranded DVDs running in it.
This indicates that the lens is dying, these are the symptoms you will find before the DVD player cannot read anything. The problem could be also with the failed or about to to fail diode which is responsible for controlling the frequency to determine the DVD media.
Best option would be to get it replaced , if it's under warranty or get it repaired by an authorized center if it's worth it...:)
Hope this helps ..:) Your feedback would be appreciated.
The dvd recorder will not automatically edit out parts you don't want to see....the easiest way is to watch the movie live and if you know the part you don't want to record, press pause during the part and resume when it's done. Otherwise you will have to load the whole movie from dvd to your computer, get an editing software and cut out the scenes you don't want. There are lots of these simple programs on the market and some are even free.
Quickest way is to watch it real time and push pause on the objectionable parts.
Hope this helps.
It sounds as if you have inadvertantly locked your dvd player. Try using the code 136900. If this passcode is accepted, then access the general setup menu (using your remote) and choose the Disc Unlock option.
I hope this helps. I completely relate to the frustration of this very problem.
You have the rating set on your DVD player to lower than the rating of the movie you are trying to watch.
Somewhere in your setup menu of your DVD player (press the "setup" button on the remote with disc stopped or no disc) you will find a place to set the parental lock. Either turn it off, if that is an option, or set it to the rating of the movie (or higher) to enable viewing.
take a quick peek in the manual and find out where to disable the progressive scan features. may be a button on the back, or you may have to go through the on screen menu to find it. take the disc out and see if you can view what's on screen.
or since you said you had a couple of movies that did work properly, put one of those in, start the movie, go into the dvd player setup menu and disable the progressive scan settings