Disk read error or it takes so much time, two days back disc was running smoothly but now when i insert d same disc, my player can't read it, a message appeared says disc is dirty...
My panasonic home theatre model no. Panasonic SC-HT520 is creating problem with some disk. after lots of struggle in reading it gave up, two days back one of my disc (Verbatim dual layer disc) which was copied from nero o.e.m. was working absolutely fine but now when i insert d same disc again, my player can't read it, a message appeared on T.V. says disc is dirty, but d disc was absolutely fine and it runs smoothly in other dvd players.
my system is just 7 months old. and is in good condition.
one more problem is that, once i copied mp3 songs on a dvd+r (hp media) from nero o.e.m., my player shows a message that 'these type of disc can not be played'.
kindly suggest me some...
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You'll want to narrow down what is the problem.
Look at the disc. Is it a nice clean, unmarred surface, or does it look like it's been used as a coaster in a tough bar. Especially with Blue ray, systems can be picky about the disk media, and just punt if they have too many read errors while trying to get to the menu screens. In that case, try using another good-condition disc and see if it works now.
Is it a commercial disc, or a home-burned one. There are ongoing issues in any Blu-ray or DVD players about what media types are or are not recognized. Most commercial media should be fine. If it's home media, verify that commercial media will work. Then you may want to see if you can update the firmware on the player. A lot of them now hook right into your wireless, or ethernet, but often need to be told to look for firmware updates. Your manual will have the particulars. Alternatively, you can usually download the firmware to a thumb drive and then plug it into the USB port and trigger the update. Sometimes firmware updates will include newer lists of accepted media brands.
Does the disc play OK anywhere else? If your laptop or older player play the disc ok, then it may be the player.
Is the disc domestic. If the disc is from another region, it may be encoded differently than the player is set up for. You'll need to consider whether to possibly burn an unlocked copy of the disc (stay legal, please), or view the disc on a region-free player.
Has the player ever been cleaned? You can build up dust bunnies over time in these players from not perfectly clean discs going in and out. You can get a commercial CD/DVD cleaner disc fairly inexpensively and run it through in case the lens is dirty. A modest puff of compressed clean air into the slot may also clean things off a bit.
If you've done all this and it's still not responding, then you may need deeper diagnostics on the player. Look up your model number in a search engine along with 'won't play disc' and you'll likely find all sorts of forum threads about tracking down the error.
Make sure you have a non home made DVD. Some DVD players will not play DVD'S in certain formats.
If you have a normal DVD in the DVD player and are getting "NO Disk" then there is a real good possibility the lens is just so dirty that it is not recognizing your DVD at all. This happens a lot to all disk players that are neglected from the cleaning process. Get a disk player cleaner and run it through a few times until the disk is read again. Sometimes the lens is so dirty you have to try a few times just to get the cleaner disk itself to play just to do the actual cleaning. Make sure to run that cleaner disk through once a week. These disk cleaners "sweep" the lens and work well. You can get one at your local Best Buy for $8usd.
The last thing it could be is that somehow the lens has come out of alignment. Just a millimeter out of alignment is all it takes to not be able to read a disk and DVD players get bumped and knocked off the shelf easy. So this can happen often especially with the more smaller travel DVD player.
If this problem occurs only at this dvd it's a disk problem. If it occurs on various disks try using a cd/dvd cleaner set, a wet one is better. Follow the instructions
on the set. The main idea is to put one drip of the included liquid at the set
(usually isopropyl alchohol) at a specific place (like small
brush) on the disk surface and play this disk. That way the "brush" will
clean up the laser lens and after that the cd/dvd player will be able to
read the disks. BE CAREFULL not to put too much liquid on the "brush".
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If this problem occurs only at this cd/dvd it's a disk problem. If it occurs on various disks try using a cd/dvd cleaner set, a wet one is better. Follow the instructions on the set. The main idea is to put one drip of the included liquid at the set (usually isopropyl alchohol) at a specific place (like small brush) on the disk surface and play this disk. This way the "brush" will clean up the laser lens and after that the cd/dvd player will be able to read the disks. BE CAREFULL not to put too much liquid on the "brush". In case you can, use a Q-tip with isopropylic alchool to clean up the cd lens manually. In case this don't solve your problem, the cd player needs laser lens replacement by a technician.
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Take the disk out and clean it with some dove soap and water. Also the disc won't play if it has a lot of scratches. Run a disc cleaning kit through the player cause the optical lens could be dirty. If these tips don't help, then take the thing back to the store for exchange or refund. You got to call the manufacturer if your past the 30 days return policy or can't find the receipt.
Check the disc you're using for scratches and dirt. If the disc is damaged it won’t play properly, regardless of the DVD player’s ability to function. You can use a DVD repair device like the "Disc Doctor" to repair the DVD or purchase a new DVD.
Make sure the discs you're using fit the correct format specified by your DVD player. For example, if your DVD player doesn’t support home-burned DVD-R's, then you can’t use a DVD that you made at home. You may need to upgrade to a newer model, most of which accept the latest DVD formats.
Clean the laser lens with a DVD laser lens cleaning disc. DVD laser lens cleaning discs can be purchased at most electronics retailers or online. Insert the laser lens cleaning disc and follow the instructions.
Insert a correctly-formatted, undamaged disc into your player. Listen to see if it begins to read the disc. If it continues to make no sound and gives you the same message, then the problem is probably that your disc is not spinning in the device.
Turn the device off and unplug it. Take off the outer casing by removing the three or four screws and lifting the top piece off. This will allow you to see if anything is simply stuck or jammed. If this is the case, a simple nudge back to the correct position will fix the problem.
Clean the lens while the DVD player is open. A dirty lens is most likely the cause of your no-disc error. The lens should be cleaned with isopropyl alcohol and a cotton swab.
Take your DVD player to have it professionally fixed only when none of these other solutions solves the problem. A professional repair technician will be able to tell you if fixing your DVD player is worth the money.
the problem is with your dvd players optical pic up .remoove the cover and clean the optical eye cairfully with cotton bud.(remember this is eye treet it very smoothly).then try again or use head cleaning cd.after that it will work .otherwise you have to change the optical lense to check wether it is problem with circuit or lence.
This is the problem with your dvd player's lance
so you need to repair it from your Toshiba DVD/VCR Home Theater System provider.
and after replacing it u have to take care of it.
do not use crashed disks .
Use lance cleaner liquid to clean lance .
I think the first step could be to find out between the DVD player and the disc which one has a problem.If the DVD Player is able to play other discs then it is possible the problem is with the disc only. If that disc can be played quite alright in other DVD players then the problem is with your DVD Player. I suggest you trial that first. I think the indication of " No disc insert disc" could be that your DVD Player is failing to load or read the disc either because the disc has some scratches or because your DVD Player lens are not powerful enough.
The H02 error code has to do with the optical pickup. There are two things you can try that have worked for others in your situation. First, turn on your device, take out any disk, and close the tray. Push the (back skip, pause, and play buttons) at the same time. Hold for about 4 seconds and the screen will go blank then "initializing" will appear. Try your disc again. If it works, great, if not try this: Remove any DVD's, remove all wires to your DVD player, turn it upside down and gently shake it (this will remove any dirt or dust that could be preventing your optical pickup from working properly) Hook everything back up and try it again.
Please let us know how this works for you, and if you need any additional troubleshooting.