My Pioneer DV-525 won't play my DVDs anymore everytime i put a DVD in it starts to spin, but then stops not giving it a time to load and says stop no disc. what can be the problem with this please give me and idea.
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dvd players because of copyright info can only be set to one region code and can only play dvds from that region. Some players are set at factory some allow user to reset region usually a limited no. of times.
home burnrd dvds usually don't carry that info therefore no issue. So you need to reset player for appropriate region
Usual suspects (I have seen each one of these): 1. Home-made DVD defective a- bad blank b- bad burn (software settings incorrect) c- not finalized d- bad DVD recorder 2. Commercial DVDs - very scratched near center hole where startup data lives 3. Dirty laser lens on DVD player 4. Bad circuitry in DVD player (repairs almost always cost more than a new player)
I found that yes, the Pioneer DV-341 motor would not begin turning the DVD's at times without assistance (such as your finger as I found out when I disassembled the DVD player) to get it started.
Before buying any parts, I removed the DVD players housing (eight screws) and the top of the DVD housing that secures the DVD. This had the unpowered, spinning disc holder. Mine was secured by some plastic tabs and one screw.
I found the powered, bottom part of the disc holder had a rubber torroid (like a flat rubber band) glued to it that relies on friction to spin the disc. It was filthy, and needed manual cleaning. Having a Masters in Electrical Engineering, I used the appropriate tools to clean it, my finger and some spit.
I put everything back together and it works great. I'll keep an eye on the problem in the event that the motor is actually going bad, but I find that usually, things just need a cleaning to work as they are supposed to.
If the DVD player is capable of playing other regions, you should be able to change the region setting through the menu section. If there isn't an option to change the region settings in the menu, then your DVD player is not able to play other DVDs from other regions.
your DVDneeds to be adjusted take out the tray turn over the lens there are two shiney screws to the bottom of the lens the one to the right is for dvd and the one to the left is for cd turn to adjust. good luck.