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Onkyo DV-CP702 will not load any disks!

Hey, Maybe one of you guys or gals can help me out. I have had this thing in the shop twice now for the same problem of disks not loading. 1st time they gave me a new player, 2nd time they sent it off and repaired it. Now I'm out of warranty and they want and arm and a leg to look at it. I told them they couldn't get it right the 1st time so I wasn't gonna pay for another guess at fixing the problem. So I load the disk and it starts to spin and then it just stops and says no disk. I removed the top to have a look and the darn thing starts playing. 5 minutes later its back to the same thing again. It just refuses to load. I noticed a loading mechanism that looked as if it could be adjusted or replaced. Any suggestions on this before it gets trashed. I hate to do it because its not even 2 yrs old yet. And by the way my 2 yr old is screaming for her disney movies! Thanks

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  • captphil Feb 15, 2008

    My problem is similar. The cp702 plays CD's fine but when I put in a DVD it cycles through all the disk trays then say's no disk.

  • nywny101 Dec 26, 2008

    having the same problem- the dvd's will not load. tried everything to correct the problem- and nothing. it is nothing junk. one would think you are buying something decent- not the case. never buy this brand again.

  • crscottjr Jan 31, 2009

    exact same problem. tried reset procedure. it didn't work. initialize procedure in the manual doesn't work. it tells you to press the standby/on button while holding down the stop button. the only problem is the standby an on buttons are two different buttons and the procedure doesn't work with either one.

  • nurseshawn Feb 03, 2009

    Exact same problem. Started with the first one I purchased, returned it and got a second one. Then it started to no load DVD's but would load CD's. Now, it just cycles through all 6 dvd's and then says "no disc".

  • Anonymous May 24, 2009

    I have the same problem, put in a dvd and it cycles through until the message comes up No Disk. I had my player for about 2 years before it crapped out.

  • billferry196
    billferry196 Jan 22, 2013

    Read page 46 of the manual, I did what it said and fixed the problem



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Look at page 46 of the manual for reset or initialzation.

Posted on Mar 08, 2007

  • billferry196
    billferry196 Jan 22, 2013

    I read page 46 and did what it said, BAM working great again, Thanks



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Yes, it may be a mechanical misalignment. You may be able to find a way to readjust the tray, etc., but probably the focusing of the laser diode needs reset. For a dvd player this old, you are lucky to the extreme that it still works at all.

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