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From your description it is hard to tell if the problem is from the disk or the player. Can you try another disk? If that loads and plays the problem is with the previous disk you tried to load. If there is a problem with the DVD player, it will be cheaper to buy a new one than try to repair. You can even find DVD players at some of the resale shops for under $10. Good luck.
The drive belt that locks the disk in place is worn out. The belt slips and the plastic pinion gear fails to move the rack gear. This is necessary to slide the cam into place that raises the disk to the centering ring. When it is raised, to micro switches are made that tells the system the disk is loaded properly at which point the lazer reader will advance to detect the disk.
When a DVD goes into DVD player it has to spin it and read it. If your DVD player is not reading the disk. The disk could be dirty. The DVD player might need to be cleaned. You could be trying to play a PAL disk on a NTSC player or Visa Versa. or the region coding might be wrong. Try playing a clean disk that you have played in it before. That might tell you if you need to clean the DVD player.
I DON'T HAVE IT FIXED BUT I HAVE TRY OTHER DVDS IN IT AND TELL ME
THEY ARE LOADING BUT IT TELL ME WRONG DISK ON TV WHEN IT FINISH
LOADING. I DONT HAVE A REMOTE OR A MANUAL.I BOUGHT IT FROM RESALE
STORE. I WOULD LIKE TO PURCHASE A MANUAL & REMOTE IF I CAN GET IT FIXED.
Is it the correct type of disc?
Whilst these devices will play almost all 'commercial' disks
In many cases 'burned disks' Cumputer Data disks and audio disks are a No No
The manual/packaging will tell you which.
You could try a Lazer cleaner disk.
Failing that it looks as if the device is failing and needs replacing - I doubt if there is a repair option.