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Try checking for dust on the laser eye, A fine, clean and very soft artists brush will do for cleaning or perhasp the CD has a miniscule scratch on the surface. You'll know if it is a scratch as the CD will always stop in the same place. CD's and DVD's should only be wiped clean with a very clean duster in the direction of from the centre hole to the outer rtim of the disc. Never ever wipe anything across the whole surface from one side to the other or wipe in a circular motion. There a quite a few products on the market that will help you keep you discs clean. Just google CD (or DVD) cleaner. CD's and DVD's are quite forgiving in how badly scratched they can be and still play. It only takes a small scratch or dent that can only be seen under magnification to deflect the laser beam off track.
With the large variety of video formats available nowadays it's difficult to find a unit that plays them all. Chances are you want to play a movie you burned yourself, and though it plays on your PC, it will not play on the DVD player.
Try playing the disc on your PC, and then try different DVD units, perhaps pretending you're shopping for one and want to try your own movie. Chances are these new units may NOT play it either, perhaps because you're using DivX or Xvid two video format contenders on the PC because their codecs offer great compression and very good quality (small file size and even HD video).
If it works on your PC it's because you may have the latests codecs (codifier / decodifier) installed, since some of them may have installed themselves as plugins for your browser, or come as part of a DVD viewing program you may have installed, like WinDVD.
For the time being, watch the DVD on your PC and upgrade your player, if it's more than 2 yrs. old.
Hold down the Display/Menu function button (one of those three buttons on the left of the unit) for about 3-4 seconds until the display reads "t set". When this appears, push the track forward button once (>>|) so the display reads "beep"; now press the play pause button (>||) once. The display will now say "on", push the track forward button (>>|) once to make it read "off"; now push the stop play button. You're done. Enjoy the silence.
some cd players have a feature that is called intro. it plays typically the first 4 to 10 seconds of a song & goes to the next track. it does this to every song on the cd. see if intro is on your display or if it's turned on in the menu.
i hope it works. good luck.
It means that the laser/motor module is disconnected. Open the player and locate the connection band of the module. It should be orange, about 1 cm wide and it comes out from under it. Push it HARD into it\'s socket. Make sure you don\'t leave sweat or grease on the electronic and test it. I hope it works for you!