I have a trutech dvd player modelT600-D. Loading only..
It clicks and keeps loading after a while it says"wrong disc," I just have it for a few months and it acted like this. I checked inside, it seems like everything is correct but it just clicks and never spins. I put a butnred dvd and an orginal dvd and still does the same thing. Hope you can help me.
Re: I have a trutech dvd player modelT600-D. Loading...
It clicks and keeps loading after a while it says"wrong disc," I just have it for a few months and it acted like this. I checked inside, it seems like everything is correct but it just clicks and never spins. or it says error disc... i just bought this GRRRRRR!!!!!!!
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There are a lot of reasons why that could happen. Sometimes when a DVD player needs to be cleaned it won't read a disk.Sometimes when you try to play a NTSC disk on a PAL DVD player or visa versa it won't play. Region coding could be another issue. And sometime home burned DVDs won't play in certain players.
You'll need to check the region code of your player.
Make sure you have no discs in the player, and unplug the unit. Plug it in and turn it on. Open, then close the tray (with no disc!) Press the Setup button, then select Load Setup Press the Enter While it it loading, press Menu. When the box appears with a number, confirm it says 1 (region code 1 = USA). If it doesn't, please change it to 1 using the Up / Down buttons. Press Enter to accept the change.
When I install a disc my monitor indicates "loading" for a few minutes then "no disc" for several before the floating "dvd" appears. Meanwhile, on the remote, except for the "off/on" and "eject" buttons, no other button works. Please copy email@example.com on your response. Thanks
It could be that the DVD player has a bad home switch in the dvd player or that it doesn't know that the door is closed. I have run into similar situations with CD Players years ago. Also keep in mind to unplug unit and let sit for 1 minute to let microprocessor reset. Let me know if that helps. Thank you ...Jay
I own one of these players and apparently the designers or perhaps the manufacturer did this, but in the TT320, there is a capacitor on the power supply board that is underated, and it seems intentional as they put a 10V part in a 12V power circuit. This capacitor failed because of it not being rated for the circuit properly. So with a bit of soldering skills, I removed the capacitor and found it swollen up and leaking its guts out.... after replacing it with a higher rated capacitor from radioshack ($1.29) it works great and it solved the problem that your are experiencing. Now if you don't have electronics experience find someone that does and its usually that part... because i found every other part in the circuit to be properly done and installed except for that one part.
Try cleaning the lens. A CD cleaner for PC CD/DVD will also work with DVD players. If problem is not corrected, you may need to seek the services of a qualified professional.
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