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''Bad disc'' error when any disc loaded in JVC XV-N670B DVD Player

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My previously fine JVC XV-N670B DVD player won't play any discs - it is giving a ''bad disc'' error to everything and ejecting the discs again.

Yesterday, my son left a disc on Pause for about an hour. Could there be a connection, and is there a solution?

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There may be a connection to the problem, but it sounds like the laser assembly may need to be replaced as well as/or the mpeg printed circuit board(the printed circuit board) attatched to the laser assy. Good Luck.

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