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If you are using the built-in DVD tray, press TV (in case you have a Cable Set-top box). Then press Input and navigate with the up/down keys to the line labeled DVD. Then press OK. Finally press play on the Polaroid TDA-03211C remote or on the side of the TV. The remote play button is in the center of the row below the row with skip reverse and skip forward buttons.
If you are using a different DVD player, press the input button and then the up/down arrows to get to the input for your DVD player. Then press the DVD button to control the DVD player.
If you are using a universal remote control, then you may need to program it to the TV and the DVD player separately. (Some universal remotes may only support the TV functions of this TV.) Make sure that your universal remote has an input button that works. You may need to try multiple codes for Polaroid TVs.
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (note: the DVD must be correctly installed so that the printed side (label) is facing the front of the TV. If you do not get a response, try the disc in another DVD player. The DVD player laser tracking can fail without warning. If the disc plays in other units, this may be the problem.)
If it is a real DVD, try other DVD's to see if they are working. If none of them work, try to see if you can get a warranty replacement on that TV because it's broken. If you are using a burned DVD, there is a good chance that that player won't read many burned DVD types. If you are trying to play a file that you burne onto a DVD and it isn't an actual DVD disc but movie files stored on a DVD then your player isn't playing the fie because it does not have the required codecs to play the file. DVD players that have DivX codecs usually solve this problem. And for 30 bucks at walmart, can't beat it...!
Open dvd tray and blow on the lens inside to remove the dust. This happens alot and many people make the mistake of throwing them away. If it doesn't work, then there is something wrong with the lens or the lens needs to be cleaned with alchohol.