The player was left outside one night, and it got a little wet, so it's possible the components are fried. I opened it up and everything looks fine inside. When you put a disc in, the motor starts spinning, and the laser even works, but after a second or two it stops and the screen says "no disc."
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1)See if there is a small hole at right or left side of disk inserting button.
2)Take a small pin and insert it into that hole untill it goes inside then your disk tray will open and now remove the disk.
I had a similar problem with my DVD player. Cleaning the laser eye helped fix my problem. You can clean it manually if you are not afraid to remove the cover of the unit or you can try a cleaning disc. The eye can collect dust and prevent it from reading the ID sector of the music CD.
1) It's more likely your laser died than the the drive failed.
2) Run back to your repair guy, and when they fix it (IF they fix it), ask to see it work before you go home. They damned well better fix it for free!
3) Buy another one on eBay.
C13 means the machine cannot read the TOC on the disc. It is possible you have a disc with a bad TOC. You may have left it near a magnetic field, such as a speaker or a component transformer. Try another disc. Or take a disc and erase it, then record on it. See what happens.
You tried your best in performing the first step (Leaving it out to dry)
But actually it is posible that the heat of the sun couldnt reach into some parts of the laptop and that some components must have been aftected before you came to its rescue
Apparently water or moisture was still resident in some internal part of the Laptop and this would have conducted some little spike of electricity that might have destroyed some components while it was connected to the AC.The flickers on the screen is an evidence of a possible spike from water or moisture.
Get a technician to open up the Laptop completely. He has to take a good look at each component carefully and clean them up.
Yes theres a possibility of your LCD being damaged but the VGA Card should be tested first.
Your Laptop would definitely come back to normal but not until each component is checked properly
I may have bad news for you. Here's my story with the PVD4744S.
I watched over an hour of a DVD-video disc one night, no problems. The next night, I played only the intro; then the DVD player gave a message, "This type of disc cannot be played. Please insert another disc." Thereafter, I couldn't play any of several DVDs.
The manual gives little help: http://service.us.panasonic.com/OPERMANPDF/PVD4744.PDF
My disappointment is exacerbated by the declining availability of DVD/VHS players with an RF modulator. Maybe Panasonic should create a repair kit for aging devices.