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Dvd not working properly

The dvd works sometimes in long while,then it stops reading the dvds.It says no disc.Disc is clean and it doesn't have any scratches.Is dvd player shot.

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When you have the dvd track open to where you can insert the dvd, try blowing in there, my boyfriend did that for me when I was having problems with it and it worked just fine afterwards. Hopefully this helps, sorry if it don't!

Posted on Jun 07, 2009

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