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sometimes dust particals tend to settle in to the drive and mild oxidation occurs try a non-abrasive disk drive cleaner then put in a blank cd and try to write over the disk. If this fails you might need a new dirve.
That message can be generated in only 2 occasions:
1. the disk has been burned at a high speed and because of that the difference between the reflectivity of the data point and the disk background is smaller than what this player can detect so the player rejects it. The only thing you can do is to burn it at a slower speed. 2. the disk is coded in another format that your player can decode. Actually the only formats that this very basic player can decode are the dvd and vcd. If you get a disk in any other format you will have to load it in a pc, convert it to vcd or dvd and burn it again to a disk. For that you must install and use a converter, one like http://www.softpedia.com/get/Multimedia/Video/Other-VIDEO-Tools/The-FilmMachine.shtml
Does the player make an attempt to read the disk? or does it reject the disk immediately without reading it? If it does make an attempt then it could be that the format of the disk isn't correct if the disk comes out soon after you insert it then there is a problem with the player and it could be that the lens is damaged or a mechanical issue
I checked my manual and could not find any results for an error e23, there is an error e20 for the reasons The disk is upside down
It is dirty scratched or wet
There's too much moisture in the air,wait about an hour and try again.
From presonel experiance these decks will not play MP3's only disks that have been burned using
the WAV. format.
You may need to try a cleaning disc to remove dust from the laser heads, as dust may be impeding the player from recognizing the disc type. Also, double check the manual to see what disc formats your player can handle. All players have a variety of formats they accept or reject. If the owner's manual verifies that it does accept that CD format, try the cleaning. If that doesn't work, it may an issue that will require an authorized service center to look at, which may not be work the cost as replacement DVD players are very inexpensive. Avoid combo players such as the DVD/VCR combo, as when one quits performing, you either have to replace the entire unit or add a new single component for the bad one. Hope this helps!
PEO normally means Player Error Optical which means that for some reason the cd player is not reading the cd correctly. This can happen if the disk is dirty or has a lot of scratches. If the disk is clean and in good condition more than likely the cd player will need to be replaced.