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When a dvd player stops reading disks, there are only two possibilities. 1. The lens inside the player needs to be cleaned with a disk cleaner. 2. Something has gone wrong with the dvd mechanism resulting in the need for repair.
You will not be able to get that particular unit repaired because Akai no longer has the parts available to fix it. If lens cleaner doesn't work, it's time to purchase a new dvd player.
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Well, if you don't know the original password, I can't help you, but if you do, Here is what you do: Go to menu, then to parental control ( I am a little fuzzy on that part, just go to something similar to that) then go to change password, then input the original password once, then insert the new password into the "new password" slot and "confirm password" slot.
I found a solution in the manual of your DVD player. If You dont have the password, or if you forgot it use "136 900" *** the old password and insert a new password. the new password will become active
Here the link: Philips Support You will need Adobe reader to read the manual.