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Even when the DVD is in the tray correctly, it says "No Disc"

Last night we watched The Matrix on the dvd player. I turned it off like I always do. Tonight we wanted to watch the last two Matrix films. I put the DVD in the tray correctly and pressed play. It will not play because it says there is no disc. I thought maybe it was a problem with the DVD so I put in another movie and it happened again. Even with different DVD's in different tray slots it continues to say "No Disc". Help? Please and thanks. ~Zach

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  • Severswoed Apr 23, 2008

    Mine won't play and will not stop opening and closing. Had to pull the power plug with when it closed to keep it closed.

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I am having the same issues, is there a resolution to this? My dvd player is obsessed lol. :)

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I had a similar issue and now mine is opening closing opening and then powering off?

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