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"no disk" error message

I've only used this about 6 times and I've tried all kinds of disks......all it ever says is "no disk"

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This is not a great solution, but it worked for me. I just purchased a used unit and it was doing the same thing, I cleaned the lens, still didn't change things. I put in a DVD, while it was scrambling around in the load mode, I slapped the unit once or twice, the DVD started to play. This leads me to believe it's an alignment problem with the lens, dunno.

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