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Denon 9000 has problems reading dvd discs.  Plays fine for an hour or so then skips.  changing discs does not help.  Must let system cool down and start over

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it sounds like you have a heat problem,try to put your player somewhere that it has alot of room to keep cool,i've noticed some people put there players on top of the t.v. or close to other electronics,the whole key is keeping things cool,let me know if this helps because you have a very good player.

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