I cleaned a cd and the message code "1300"appeared on the player and a screen display indicates the disc is dirty. I cleaned the disc and still receive the same message code and screen display. I repeated cleaning with no results.
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Re: message ''disc is dirty'' appears
Now u need to clean the player:
Be careful how you use this, but u can utilize canned air to blow out the debris from your player.
get a laser lens cleaner kit from walmart or something, it will cleans your laser lens inside the dvd player for you, if the canned air and laser lens cleaner doesn't work, your last resort is to completely unplug the player to see if it resets itself, if none of those works i would turn the player in under warranty or take it back to the store.
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no disk messege appear because dirty optical pick up.
Open cabinet, than you will see assy loader, open it too.
There are pick up in it. Clean the lenss op pick up use tissue ( don't use wet tissue).
Check spenndle motor ( motor for rotate disk ). Rotate with finger , replace if not rotate smothly.
If you look around the internet, you'll find that a common problem with the DMA-710 is the "no disc" message. Solutions range from using a CD lens cleaning disc (this doesn't appear to work, since the disc never spins up) to disassembling the unit and cleaning the laser lens with a cotton swab. This seems like a more reliable fix. I have a unit that is displaying the same issue; I will be trying the second fix.
1. Power on the player with no disk in the drive. 2. Wait for the "No Disc" message to appear. 3. Press Pause on the Remote. 4. Enter 3, 1, 4, 1, 5, 9 on the Remote (the word COdE or FF appears on the display). 5. Enter 0 on the Remote (0 = All Regions, 1 = Region 1, 2 = Region 2, etc.). 6. Press Pause on the Remote. 7. Power the player off, wait 30 seconds and then power back on. NB: If the above code fails to work then once the player has displayed the "No disc" message press Stop before entering the above code
Hope it helps!
If you cleanred the optics and this didnt help then you did all you can do without more test equipment. Your player might need an focus or tracking offset alighnment or a focus or tracking gain alighnment or the unit could have a defective laser. Only by connecting it up to test equipment will a tech be able to tell.