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No Disc My Cavs system is about 2 yrs. old. It quit reading discs. It will only play one dvd and that's it. Any karoake cds, regular cds, or other dvds read no disc after it loads. Any help would be great.

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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.

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