I have a hitachi portable dvd player, which cannot read ANY disc I put in it. I insert the disc, says it's loading then it displays either NO DISC or DISC ERR..is it the problem with eye of the player?
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Re: DVD player issues
Most likely the dvd is dirty, scratched, or chipped. Try cleaning the dvd disk with a soft cloth (chamois works best). Look at the surface of the disk and if it is scratched lightly, dust and dirt particles, fingerprints, etc will cause refractions from the laser light in the dvd player, which is then read as an error by the dvd player. Cleaning it with a soft cloth will sometimes help.
If that does not work, hold the disk up towards a light source and look for light coming through from the other side. If this happens, the disk is unreadable and unrepairable as the data source has been corrupted.
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No,tv internal DVD player are not on sale by itself as a seperate unit,only can buy it from the tv corporations themselves and it not cheap and have to have experience to putting it in into the tv internal tv itself.The tv internal DVD player now,could be the laser eye data reader have problems reading mp3 and mp4 files on the DVD disc,which are video files.Now tries to play more than one DVD movies dic,tries like to play like 5 to 6 original DVD movies.One disc don't play tries another DVD disc.Tries this might forcing the laser eye reader to read DVD dics again and than might fix it to read video files again.Or just buy an external DVD player hook it up to the tv and play DVD disc on to the tv video modes.DVD players external devices are really cheap these day,like can buy new one for $40.
Either your DVD players' laser pickup unit or its strip wire has got damaged. Laser pickup unit is one which reads the disc we put into it, and strip wire is one which connected between the main circuit board and laser pickup unit assembly. The strip wire damage is common for all cd players, and dvd players. Just replace the strip wire with a new one of same type; and see the effect. If it helps you it is OK. If not, replace the laser pickup unit assembly with same type and number.
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Tries the tv DVD player,play it with many other DVD discs too?Some the disc u trying to play it might just be bad like the reading shinning laser surfaces are scratches,smushes or grims and dirts on the disc reading surfaces?Tries washes the DVD disc,with some dish washing liquid,dries it with a cloth wait like two mins.Try the DVD disc again.If it have problems,but all DVD discs or with many other DVD discs too?Tries websites like Ebay.com or Amazon.com buy a Disc cleaning kit put Disc in the DVD player to play it have 50/50 chances to clean the DVD player laser eye reader.If not more like the DVD player laser eye it is dead.Tv still work fine?Don't take the tv aparts,tries to clean it laser eye manally,because,if u putting tv back together again might causes tv problems too.Just buy a DVD player unit plug it in the tv and play ur DVD Discs.DVD player extenal unit it very cheap these day.Don't take chances,like take ur tv aparts.
If a new DVD player ur tv dose recgonises the DVD disc and not reading the DVD disc,it might be dirty or scratches and cracks on the DVD disc itself.Tries It with other DVD discs,if have the same problems,than it is the DVD player itself,newly bought,yes return it get another one.
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9 times out of 10 the issue is going to be one of the two motors that are in the player. Either the motor that moves the lens or the motor that spins the disc. You should be able to hear a difference in the sounds the two players make when you insert a disc. If it is the motors you will hear clicking noise, similar to a dying hard drive. If ther motors work, you will hear the whurring noise of a spinning disc.