I get a disk error indication when I try to play any disk.
I haven't used my Magnavox CDB650 in a while (6 months- 1 year). When I tried to play a disk the other day, It loaded the disk, appeared to be spinning inside, but I got a ''disk error'' indication. I tried other disks, and got the same result. It could be dust related. If so, are there products I could get to clean the laser?
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e22--will not finalize DVD-R disk (due to dirty lens, I think)
*unplug unit and replug after 20 minutes
*restore settings if needed, and reset clock
*insert & run/play a DVD lens cleaner disk
*dub video from the HD to a NEW BLANK DVD
*finalize after dubbing is finished
THIS WORKED ON MY MAGNAVOX MDR 533H/F7
PS: make sure that the new blank DVD disk is from the same pile of disks that you were able to finalize before.
I think the simple solution is to NEVER EVER purchase another thing made by LG. Vote with your hard earned dollars thats how i'm going to deal with it. I have an RC797T that I really like when it works, the only problem is that every six months or so I have to pay $69 plus shipping to have the software reloaded at the service center, this so it will play dvds not the tray open tray close game. I don't think it is Best Buys problem if you don't take stuff back in 30 days they are off the hook. Get the word out tell everyone you know that LG sells junk and not to buy it. If this info was online when I was shopping for a new dvd player I would have one that works not L_ousy G_arbage.
The Panasonic is not "region restricted". This is a security safeguard by studios to keep people from region 1 from using region 3 content. Some material is released in other countries first and later in others. This keeps other regions from using the content from other parts of the world before it is relaesed by the studio there. Your Zenith is not a region free player and the Panasonic is.
There is sometimes hacks on Videohelp.com for DVD players to be set to "region free" but not all DVD players are built with it. SONY is another non-hackable DVD player.
Try using 8x and lower DVDs and -R ones; try cleaning with CD cleaning disk and then try recording a few min again.
If that doesn't help try unplugging and waiting about 30min then put in disk that was previously recorded and go to last item and play it to end (if 2hr long skip to last skip and then play until it finishes) - now try just recording a few min using the manual DVD record button and see if error comes up again - usually this unplugging somehow resets everything. Hope this helps ya'll.