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Dvd player makes noise, doesn't read discs

Have a panasonic f-86 dvd player. it makes a loud clicking noise when trying to read certain dvds (some just out of the packaging, some that are lightly scratched), and either doesn't read them at all or eventually plays them, but starts skipping and eventually breaks down.

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  • carivp Mar 11, 2009

    tried the vac, but still have the problem. it looks like the laser just can't get situated or something with the disc i tried. it's jumping all over the place with this dvd, but when i tried a cd it was fine. And the problem dvd (brand new) works perfectly in another dvd player. Um...?

  • MShannon50 Mar 12, 2009

    I have a Toshiba DVD player new at Christmas - I played a disc that froze - i tried skipping ahead, back- stayed frozen - so I ejected. Now the DVD player simply clicks and says every disc is a "bad" disc - though they play on an old player and my computer - is the laser messed up, can it be repaired?

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Mine did the same thing it just kept ticking when i wanted to play a disk, id take to top off with the four tiny little screws and hoover it, mine still makes a bit of noise but works x

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