Run the lens cleaner through a couple times if that doesnt work then your lazer eye could be bad send out for repair or ebay a new one and sell that one on ebay there are some people who will buy it broken cause they can fix it cheap and sell it good luck...
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Hi, It could be a scratched cd or a dirty lazer inside the unit. Any car wax or pledge works wounders on cd and dvds. And if it's the player you cold look for a lazor head cleaner. It lloks like a cd only it has fine hairs that brush of the lens of the lazer. good luck http://www.amazon.com/Maxell-DVD-LC-DVD-Lens-Cleaner/dp/B00000JPPI
That is a Pioneer error saying that it can't read the disc. It could be bad discs or a dirty, scratched or misadjusted head or lens. I hope it's bad discs for your sake. Repairing and adjusting the unit could cost more than $100. Not really worth it for such an old unit. If you know the discs are good, you can try a CD lens cleaning disc available at stores like Walmart (dvd dr lens cleaner, Model#: 7010500, $14.88). Hope this helps!
The player is recognizing that a CD has been inserted but is not able to read it.
Sometimes the lens assembly becomes contaminated and obscures the laser. I'd try using a commercial "lens cleaning CD" two or three times and then try a CD again. These lens cleaning CD's are widely available. If cleaning does not help, the player need professional service.
When optical lens got dusty or thin layer of dust on lens, cd starts skipping, as you tried cleaning with lens cleaner cd but no result. You need to open the unit and clean the lens with good quality cotton bud / swab with care. Still no joy, replace optical lens.
I am unable to understand your problem clearly. Does it play 2 CDs and then stops reading the CDs or does it play only 2 specific Cds? If it plays some Cds and not others, then it is possible that the lens has to be replaced. But before that, try cleaning the lens. Use a good quality CD lens Cleaner CD.
Try cleaning the lens first, if you can take the top off and are able to see the lens, using a cotton swab soaked in 91% alcohol wet the lens, don't rub it, then blow it off with computer duster. Or try a cd based lens cleaner (Radio Shack).