Question about Car Audio & Video
Our portable DVD player is now giving us an error message "no valid disc" even though the discs we are trying to watch are valid store bought movies. It is doing this no matter what disc we try to watch. Is there a way to fix this problem? The screens come on fine but after is says Loading, it comes up no valid disc. Help!
I had tried cleaning the lens like most solutions said to do, with no luck. I tried what user gthumm said he/she tried, which was taking off the back of the player. Their problem was the white wheel (motor) and the next wheel (black) were not turning smoothly. He/she pushed the white wheel down until it snapped back in, allowing the wheels to turn. I tried it twice and finally, I have a working portable dvd player again! Yeah! Thank you so much gthumm and fix ya team! My kids especially thank you! You are the BEST!
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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