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Disc Read Error

A relative of mine has a Toshiba DVD/VCR Home Theater System SD-V57HT and though it's only about a year old, it's been giving her problems. Every time a disc is inserted, DVD or music disc, a message pops up on screen that says 'Disc read error' and then the disc tray opens back up. If anyone has had this happen before and knows what the solution is, please let me know. Thanks in advance.

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    my Toshiba dvd player will let you loead the disc but then Disc Error pops up on the screen.

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This is the problem with your dvd player's lance so you need to repair it from your Toshiba DVD/VCR Home Theater System provider. and after replacing it u have to take care of it. do not use crashed disks . Use lance cleaner liquid to clean lance .

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