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My five disc says no disc when i have discs in it

My disc player say no disc when it has

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Have you run a cd/dvd cleaner disc in the unit ? The laser lens gets dusty & can't read the cd's over time.

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  • 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.




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