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TEAC DV-C200 won't play discs.

When loading a DVD or CD unit shows "loading" then "no disc" Disc doesn't spin nor does the laser move. The door opens and closes fine.

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  • hankman1963 Mar 09, 2009

    TEAC DV-C200 will not play any discs. The top door opens and closes but reports "Loading" and then "No Disc". Radio works fine.

  • jmtinmi Apr 28, 2009

    I don't think this unit has worked but a few times. radio and cd seem to work fine.

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SOURCE: TEAC PLD2000

Here is the link to the user manual if you need it; http://www.teac.com.au/file/product_manual_375.pdf Check especially page 64 of the pdf file - see if it sheds any light on the problem. If you get no luck from the info in the book, please ask again - i have the same model and have taken it to bits a few times so i should be able to help :)

Posted on Apr 12, 2007

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SOURCE: PL-D2000 DVD Home theater System

Turn on the player for about an hour untill it heats up and then play the disc. Most probably it will work. If not you will have to replace the lens or card.

Posted on Dec 30, 2007

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