I have had the same problems with some of my dvd players. some of the cheaper ones just wear out with alot of use ... ie: my daughters in her room but i have found using those cd/dvd head cleaners (the disc that you buy for like 10 bucks) work wonders.. run that a couple times and you should be having alot better luck with your dvd player
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Hi, that is sounds like a dirty laser lens , try cleaned whit a q-tips whit alcool dont put to much pressure on the lens and try it to play a disk , if doesn't work and still searching the toc on the disk that means your laser pick up is out, you can see if the tirror belt is not skipping/ if not your dvd is out i mean the laser
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Try a different brand of blank dvd+r or -r. you will find that your dvd machine is fussy on what discs it plays. More exspensive dvd players are fussy with what dvd discs you put in, as cheaper dvd players would virtualy play most types of dvds.
I had the exact same problem. When I finally opened the top there was another disk already in there. I guess if the unit shuts off and you leave aa disk in it will stay in the player even though when you open the door to place another disk in the tray will be empty. All you have to do is unscrew the cover aand then you will see a crossbar held in with two screws where the disks are. unscrew them and take out the two disks thay are stuck togeather. Replace eveything and rescrew and enjoy the movie!! Hope this helps!