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Dvd MY H T IS NOT PLAYING DVD PROPERLY , BUT AUDIO OR MP3 FILES ARE RUNNING NORMOLY, SOME DVD DISC ARE SKIPPING, SOME ARE NOT READING BY THE PLAYER, PLZ TELL ME SOLUTION REGDS DEEKAY

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Sounds like the optical pickup (laser) needs to be replaced.

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