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If it has a paper label on it That can cause the rubbing sound. Is it only this one DVD or will non play? Try using a cleaning disk to remove mess from the laser eye, as well as cleaning this problem disk with a suitable disk cleaning kit remove any paper labels if it is possible Please rate my help++++Thanks for uisng FIXYA
You can try a lens cleaning kit. If it is the kind that comes as a disc all it will do is lightly brush the lens which may not remove all the debris. If you disassemble the player you can easily get to the laser lens. It will usually be fairly accessible once you remove the DVD case. Sometimes it may be located within another box that needs to be disassembled before you can gain access to the laser. The laser unit will be located on a rail system and will have a small clear lens about the diameter of the eraser on a pencil. You can gently clean it with a cotton swab and lens cleaner or rubbing alcohol works just as well. Try that first before buying the lens cleaning kit or replacing the player.