My Cavs DVD-202g Karaokee Player displays "No Disk" when a disk is inserted. I replaced the whole drive unit and it still does the same thing. I tried reseating all the wire connections and it didn't help. I have tried several different disks and it does the same to every one. What else can I try?
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Re: Cavs DVD-202g Karaokee Player displays "No Disk"
Ok this is a little bit harder then the last trouble, I would just for grins check the laser power just in case that is the problem , but the same applies. DVD players have hardcoded software that allows it to play various DVD formats. Sometimes this software becomes corrupted and must be reloaded (flashed). The manufacture should have the flashable software for download since most of the time this solves this type of problem. Also check the laser alignment.
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This maybe due to a disk misread, clean youe lens and retry. If this does not help you may have a problem where the system is unaware of the disks it shouldbe able to paly this is a hard memory issue. Try cleaning the lens first.