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DVD Player keeps reading no disk even though there is inserted in the slot

Inserted disk gives the player that there is not a disk in the chamber so it reads "no disk". What do you think the problem can be?

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Try cleaning the lens, first.

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If you keep getting a reading like no disk you might have to use different brand disks!
For example I used memerex and aptivia and it kept saying no disk when I tried other brands like sony or hp disks they worked and make sure your using minus cd disk!

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Well I had the exact same problem so I decided to remove the entire back off of my Venturer PVS1977G. After removing the back and inspecting the parts, I didn't find anything obviously wrong or or anything out of place I re-assembled it and it read the dvd's!
I have no idea why this worked but it did....I'm happy.

Ed

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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How do i fix my CD player? when i put a disk in, the readout says "err disk" it works every once in a while, but i have run a lens cleaning disk in the player, and it wouldnt even read that disk.


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how long have you been using the player? And has it been giving you this type of problem before now?

I think the fault is from the laser (lens) of your player. The lens is very weak such that it cannot read the data or files on a disc, that's why it should disc error, even though it plays some disc but that doesn't mean its not a lens problem.

You need to look for a way to replace the lens for your player so that it can play all discs perfectly well again.

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Hey WeiesBlitz,

There may be a number of reasons why you may be encountering this problem, but there are a couple of quick solutions that may always try before seeking repairs on the player.

First, I would suggest making sure that the DVD's being used have been cleaned and are dust-free. Imperfections or impurities of any kind on the surface of a CD or DVD may prevent the laser in your player from being able to read, or even recognize the media inserted. You should be able to clean the DVD by using a soft and dry, lint-free (typically microfiber) cloth. Remember to try using gentle, outward strokes that run from the inner ring of the disc directly to the outer edge.

Second, you can always try cleaning the lens of the player itself using a commercial cleaning kit. Many retailers (including your local Best Buy™ store) may sell kits that clean lenses when inserted into your player like a normal DVD. Please keep in mind that not all DVD players are designed to function with these cleaning kits, and that you should always refer to your owner's manual for any possible warnings against the use of such products.

Should these suggestions fail resolve the problem, you may wish to try using other DVD's from your film library in the player. If other discs function normally, the non-functioning disc may be damaged. If using other discs results in the same error message, the player may be in need of physical repairs.

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