Question about Zenith DVP615 Portable DVD Player
The only practical way to check such a disc is by substitution of another disc which is believed to be OK. But first, verify your test disc is OK by playing the disc in another player known to operate properly. If the disc passes that test, insert the OK disc in your DVP615. If the test disc produces the same error message as your first disc, the player itself is more likely to be defective. However, there is still a small chance the read head is merely dirty or dusty, so cleaning is the next step.
Posted on Sep 04, 2014
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