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DVD player does not read that there is a disk SAY " NO DISK"

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  • chat2kirsty2 Dec 06, 2008

    download a episode and convert it int dvd from an avi file, then i burn it onto a blank dvd and try and play it on my dvd player, when i do that i always get the message bad disc. I could really use som help, thanks

  • Richard Day
    Richard Day May 11, 2010

    ref: BAD DISK- If your player plays store bought DVDs, then your player and burner are not matching up. another words, your player might not be designed to read "your" recorded disk. This does happen in some units. If a solution is possible, it would be to replace you laser drive assembly.

    ref: BAD SPINNER- I can check and repair the laser if you send it to me. You can contact me through Ebay Seller search as "richards_resale". I repair and resale portable dvd players.

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Although this is not an answer to the problem, it may help us find one. I have some of the same problems with my player just spinning trying to look for the DVD or it will say bad disc. Sometimes it will start playing and just skip a lot. I think the problem is with the drive motor that spins the DVD. I have opened my player and "jimmy'ed" the door actuator and then spun the disc with my finger. It starts to play fine. I am on the path of looking for a replacement motor or someone to repair it.

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