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Does not play any disc

My DVD Player is JVC XV-N212S. Yesterday we were watching the BEE Movie VCD. After about 20 minutes of play, the screen paused on its own. Then it just stopped. We tried playing it again. It didn't work. We pressed STOP and EJECT and tried again. It didn't work. We switched off the system and started it all over again. It didn't work.

The only message it displays is NO DISC.

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Thats bad..Did you try another disc? If this happens even with a different disc. You will need to get a lens cleaner(costs about 5$) and try cleaning the lens. If it still doesn't work then you will have to replace the lens. The reason why it died suddenly is probably because the lens circuitry somehow got shorted. Try cleaning and if not.. replace.

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Your hack is GREAT!
Works fine on the JVC XV-N342 too.
And right for JVC on the ESS chip:
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