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TV won't playback DVD-RW Disc recorded on another TV.

We have a 21" (I think-measured diagionally across TV) TruTech TV with a built in DVD player.  I am trying to play a DVD-RW Disc recorded on anther DVD player. I get a "wrong disc" message on my TruTech TV when I try this. Why won't the recorded disc play on the TV?

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You can try calling TruTech customer service for technical assistance at these telephone numbers. 1-888-252-6252 and 1-800-252-6123. They should be able to answer all your questions about the type of DVD's you can use with your television. I hope this helps you with your problem.

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THE PLAYER IN THIS MODEL DOES NOT READ DVD+ OR DVD- OR DVD RW DISKS ITS NOT GOING TO HAPPEN! CHEAP PLAYER INSIDE WILL ONLY PLAY STORE BOUGHT DVDS

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