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Broken DVD player

DVD player will no longer read discs. It will load but DVD won't move around in circles. Within a second it says that there is no disc and won't do anything else. Is the lens supposed to be lit up? Because mine isn't.

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  • manerv Mar 30, 2008

    my dvd player won't read discs it just spins and then tells me there is no disc this is the 5th dvd player of this exact model that has done this within 30 days

  • Anonymous Dec 10, 2008

    NIGGERS!

  • Anonymous Dec 20, 2008

    having the same problem only this time it is the first time it is being used and it DOES NOT work. Imagine that right out of the box and the disk just stops spinning and i get the message "no disk"

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The motor that spins the disc is cooked, toast, dead, same as mine. Despite the fact that this device is a cheap piece of junk, I got nearly a year out of mine before the same thing occured. Sadly it's not worth trying to fix it. Next time we should spend a bit more than $20 on its replacement (a 'decent' Phillips dvd player sells for $40-50).

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Get a Sony Playstation 3 and quit fooling around with DVD's. Viva Blu-Ray!! :)

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