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No Disk issues on device players like DVDs are caused by the following problems
Dirty Play Heads (Optical lens)
Bad CDs or scratched CDs on the surface
Non Compatible CD formats such as DVDs that are designed for some geographical regions and play formats
Also low electrical current is a major problem too
Your issue could reside amongst any of these problems
Check your DVD compactible play formats if its compactible with the CD you want to play.
If its compactible, then I suggest you get a CD Cleaner to clean to clean to Lens.
Also check your current output and if low, get a voltage stabilizer
Check the surface of the CD if its scratched and get a replacement.
It looks like your CD is not being detected so it should be the problem with the lens. The clicking sound is nothing but the lens movement. So i suggest you to take it to a nearest electronics repair shop to get the player fixed or the lens changed. Please rate me...!!!
long reading time for cds or dvds only means that there might be dust or residues hindering your cd lens to accurately read the data of the cd/dvd. what you can do is try to clean the lens with a cd cleaner.always check the cd/dvd that you insert are clean and fre of dust . if this still wont work and the player still have the long time to read the cd/dvds, my advise is to bring this to a service center and have this checked out.
some times when you create DVD movies by high speed DVD writers, your data cannot be read by dvd player with high performance. it s due to speed mismatching. always write DVDs with Normal speed in order to use with DVD players. while in case oof PC-DVD -Rom it does not happens. it can read any high speed wriiten DVDs. DVD-Rom in PC are more precise than DVD players. Some times Weak DVD player Lens system can also mis read.
I have the same problem with my XV-DV333. Search on inet and this came up:
Pick Out One Of These!
But I am unable to select any region using the remote control or the buttons on the player. What do I do?
You need to get a Pioneer Service Remote. When you have it you should press: [ESC] [A.MON] [Numbers], where [Numbers] correspond to the region number you want to set. Be aware that you can only set this once, if you set the wrong region number for your area, there is no turning back. "
WTF! Am I supposed to get a service remote to get this thing working again. I haven't done anything and it worked before:/