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DVD not running

I have Philips DVD/Audio Shelf System MCD702/37. But for some reason the disc no longer rotates and the player keeps showing "loading disc". I can hear the sound of some kind of motor trying to rotate the disc, but nothing happens.

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Check the cables or replace it. Also cleaned the player with 2 heads lens cleaning dvd. try with good lens cleaner dvd.

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