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First i would try a laser lens cleaner. If that doesnt work try several discs and movie's to ensure that it is not isolated to a few discs. If the cleaning doesnt help then either the motor on the disc drive has gone bad or the laser itself has gone bad. Either way you will then need to replace the disc drive. Thanks, Midwest-tek
1) Faulty DVD drive. Most drives have a dual laser, one for CD, and one for DVD. Check the player with both CD, and DVD. If it reads one and not the other, then it is most certainly a faulty laser. The laser assembly or whole mechanism will need changing.
2) Dirty or dusty lens. If the unit is kept in a dust environment, dust and dirt can be drawn into the machine by the fan. Try using a DVD lens cleaner. If this doesn't work try a CD lens cleaner. (Dual laser - see 1))
3) Condensation. Condensation can build up on the laser lens if the unit is kept in a humid environment. Also, this can be caused by a cold environment. In this case, condensation forms as the unit warms up. In either case, leave the unit in a warm dry environment for an hour.