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Samsung portable dvd player

I have the samsung L300A and recently have experienced problems while playing a DVD. Basically, the screen will just freeze up and stop playing. Can anyone help me resolve this? thanks

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Re: samsung portable dvd player

Those kinda players wont play DVD rom disks and certain ones that are made up. DVD-RAM or ROM wont work. Try blowing inside the player for any dust. if it still doesnt work its the maufacters problem. The player will play CD-G audio only, not graphics The ability to play back DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, CD-R, CD-RW, and CD-Jpeg discs may depend on recording conditions.

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