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When I put a DVD or CD into my player (which is a 5-Disc), it makes a grinding/high-pitched whine and will not play the disc. It just tries to go to the next disc. I tried putting a lens cleaning disc in it and it did the same thing.

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  • kilgoretrout Oct 15, 2008

    I won't be able to try it out for a couple days, but as soon as I can, I'm gonna try that.

    I'll let you know how it goes.


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I think you have a defective lens there's an adjustment right under the lens which would require a precision screw try to adjust it by turning it a little at a time and check if it reads after every turn. for dvd players there are two adjustments and one for cd players.if this doesn't solve your problem then you have to replace the lens of your player

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