I watched a movie; went to put in another one, and I got the flashing, "Loading"....that's all it does. I turned it off and turned it back on, and still got "Loading". I turned it off, unplugged it, and still when I turn it back on, I continue to get "Loading".
Hi, I had the same problem with my DVD recorder. I replaced the dvd drive with an internal IDE DVD burner that I got from computer parts supply store. It is not an exact fit as I had to mount it in the case with double sided mounting tape. I had to leave the dvd tray face off as well. Before installing the drive into the case connect the dvd burner to a computer to set the region code to 1. The repair cost me less than $25.
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Probably not much help. but the 1st thing I would do is check to see if the disc is even turning...put it in with label straight up, then when it fails, eject...odds are severely against the disc being oriented the same way if it spins, so if it hasn't moved, the main drive motor is bound up or dead. Either way, return it.
Your DVD player is having a problem reading the disc. This is what is accounting for the pausing and the slow loading times...especially if it plays other movies without hitches. Even if the DVD is cleaned, some scratching on the disc will prevent it from being viewed properly. Blockbuster shoudl give you another disc to try of the same movie if you ask. Also, you can try getting a cleaner for your DVD player to remove dust and help it read discs better.
Besides bounching this off a concrete wall for some satisfaction, try unplugging it for a couple of hours at least four hours and then plug it back in. Wait for it to stop loading and you may be able to watch one movie, two if your lucky before it starts flashing again. I've even sent mine to JVC for repair and got a year out of it but it's flashing again. This JVC item is the biggest piece of junk out there, if you read up on it it's had nothing but problems. Save yourself a lot of headaches and buy a new one and chock it up to experience.