Question about Durabrand DUR7 Portable DVD Player
When ever I try to play a dvd it says No Valid Disc. What does it mean by that and what can to do to solve it?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it is reading a burned movie from the internet make sure you set you brun software for captability mode.
If this is a orginal disk make sure its free of dust and scratches.
1. buy a lens cleaning kit from walmart or any other eletronics store.
2. Make sure the disc is free of scratches.
3. change disc's and see if it works on any others.
if these steps do not help then the laser would need to be replaced. Durabrand is a Wal mart brand i had mine for 2 years and i had to clean the lens 3 times with a cleaning kit.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
When a DVD player starts doing that,
it either needs to be cleaned, or something is going wrong with the
DVD mechanism inside of it. You can purchase DVD lens cleaner from
any large retail store that has an electronics section. However, if
you clean it and the problem persists, it will likely be cheaper to
replace the unit rather than trying to have it repaired unless you're
under warranty in which case any repair or exchange will be covered
by said warranty. If you call the manufacturer they will give
you your full range of options.
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Posted on Aug 04, 2009
If the units under warranty you may want to contact Toshiba as it sounds your unit is in need of a replacement laser assembly.
If the unit isnt under warranty, Toshiba should be able to supply the parts you need and as long as you mark every thing that you remove, as to know where it goes when re-assembling the unit. The lasers arent difficult to replace. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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