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Several things can cause a disk not to read. You could have a bad disc, the wrong type of disc, the disc might not be finalized, the laser pickup could be dirty Try cleaning with a disk cleaner Other problems include bad or weak lasers the spindle motor could be bad ,the disk in detect switch could be dirty. The disk may not be loading into the proper position.These are the more common problems
Prob a dirty read eye or corroded laser tracking mechanism. requires removal, dis-assembly, and eye cleaned dry w/ Q-Tip or alcohol then dried w/ Q-Tip. Clean mech bars. same way. then 3-n-1 oil on q-tip lightly on bars
the unit is trying to read the disc. when it cant do this as a security feature so the disc is not jammed in the unit it discharges it. the reason is a dirty laser or bad disc. as im sure you have tried several disc then i would move to the last stage or repair you need to get the lazer clean there are two ways to do this send it into the shop for a servcie pro to take the unit apart and clean the lazer. but in most cases its just a little dust on the laser lens that can be removed using a laser disc cleaner you can buy them at most electronics shops that sell electronic equipment such as tvs dvds etc. they range from $5 to $40. purchase one and run it through you dvd player several times and you should be right back on track..
you may have an unreadable disk or you just have to clean the lens of your player. always remember that the lens should always be clean to optimize its reading capablilities. just to be sure too, make sure that the disk you insert have no severe scratchings.
This sounds like a dirty laser lens issue. try using a DVD lens cleaner disk if the disk does not work use a manual fiber optic cleaning kit with sponge swabs and fiber optic cleaning solution. These can be obtained from any electronic parts store (not radio shack).
Just in case: did you try another original disc? did you check the speakers wire? i am sure you did..
The laser lens in your player might be dirty or failing.
Try the following solutions:
Clean the laser lens with a DVD player lense cleaning disc.
Lense cleaning discs are available at many electronics retail store.
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