I watched a dvd this morning with no problems. On trying to watch another one, having made no adjustments to any settings or not even turning the unit off, (and also trying the same dvd that I had played earlier in the day) I see a 'loading' icon on the tv screen but a message saying 'no signal' then on the led display on the dvd player it say's 'No'. Of course then I can't watch the dvd.
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Re: Disk won't load
I would verify that connections between the DVD player and the TV; then go into your DVD’s control panel and re-set to original factory settings. I would also make sure that your TV’s settings are set to the correct connection settings as well.
It would also be nice if you included the make, and model of the DVD player and which connections are you using to connect to the TV.
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If you can afford it purchase a TIVO. I had a a video and dvd player and it drove me mad. This unit records 2 programs at once with just the press of a button. you can watch tv at the same time. Also you can rewind situations on live tv to watch it again. Top unit. I am 73 and I have no problem using it. Love it!
Not necessarily time for a new one. I would give the DVD player a good cleaning before you consider a new unit. A good cleaning disk with some little bristles on it. Run it through three full times. DVD players are far more sensitive than VCRs and have to be cleaned even two weeks or so. When they get real dirty it can take some fooling with to get the DVD player to even accept the cleaning disk. But if it just won't accept the cleaning disk and you can't watch a DVD in it then it's time for a new one. I had a DVD player one time that took an hour of fooling around with before it got cleaned good enough to play DVDs. Worked for a couple years afterward.
After recording a DVD in a DVD recorder you will need to finalize the disk. You should be able to put it in the original recorder and at least be able to watch the video.
If you are able to watch the video while you are recording then you should be able to record what you are watching. If you cannot see the video when it is sourced through the DVD recorder, then you need to adjust the input.
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I had the same problem. With me it was laser lens mechanism problem! the laser block justification needs to be adjusted. there is door button push it while a disk is there (the DVD will think the door is closed) then you will see what happens. Push the block softly till it recognizes the disk. If the disk is recognized it will play flawlessly till you change it or power off. The solution would be to readjust the laser block so you do not have to push it around every time you want to watch a film.