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Many DVD trays use a belt to make it come in and out. If it breaks or falls off the tray will not move. Look inside see if you can see it. If you find it measure the diameter of the belt in mm. The put these words into google: "drive belt ??mm". You should find, it don't worry if your a few mm out.

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Panasonic NV-VP33 is a DVD/VCR combo unit. These are good, but limited in DVD media playback formats. It depends on the types of DVDs you are trying to play, and their region codes (if they apply).

This model will NOT play:

DVD-ROM / DVD audio / DVD+R (unfinalised) / DVD-RW / Blu-Ray (obviously).

This model WILL play:

DVD-R (finalised) / DVD-RAM (no finalising required) shop-bought DVD movies / CD-R (for JPEG/MP3/DivX) / DVD-R DL (finalised) / DVD+RW (titled or with a top menu to make them compatible with other players, but again, finalising not required).

You didn't specify which DVDs do not play in your unit.

I would be very concerned if your player didn't read ANY DVDs at all. I assume the image below is what the model looks like. I have never had any problems with mine.

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I am trying to find a panasconic remote control eur7720x90 can find these product it is for my mother to replace her remote controls


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