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If the player is doing that for all DVDs but playing CDs properly, the player has gone bad due to either the laser and lens being out of whack or the DVD drive just doesn't recognise DVDs anymore and needs repaired or replaced.
Turn off and disconnect power from unit. Check laser shuttle worm
gear, look for dirt or hair (as I found). Remove with tweezers
carefully. Check lubrication of worm gear shaft. If gone or
worn, use white lithium grease to lube (very little). Play music
CD 2 - 3 x. Than DVD. Worked for me.
limpiale el lente del laser con un cotonete impregnado de alcohol isopropilico es la pequeña cosa que parece un ojo de pescado pero ten cuidado de no tocarlo con los dedos ya que lo dañarias primero con el lado mojado y despues con el seco.Suerte
I had the same problem, After googling for a few minutes I found the reset procedure for this player.
1. Turn it on. 2. Eject any disk you have in there and close the tray. 3. Hold down the "STOP" button on the player (not remote) until the green light flashes red and the system reboots. 4. Insert disk and enjoy.
I had a similar problem, and I took the player apart to find that there was a motor that has a snap-in connection to a circuit board and it was just disconnected. It controlled the movement of the reading laser. I could hear it make some noise. I reconnected it and it worked fine.
There are quite a few philips head screws to remove to get into the case. It slides off the back. Once inside, it's very simple looking, it is really un-intimidating. You may have 4 more very small screws to remove directly on top of the DVD tray. If you need to take it off to see under the tray that is.
I'd like to guess the problem is that the motor that ejects the tray is disconnected.
If the region setting is correct and won't even read a cleaning disc, there's not much you can do. Either the DVD drive or the Main board (aka MPEG board) is faulty and will have to get it repaired. I'm not sure about UK, but in Australia, Bush manufacturing warranty period for DVD players is 12 months.