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DVD RECORDER INDICATES "NO DISC "WHEN DISC IS INSERTED IN DVD RECORDER does not show any thing on tv when used with hdmi cable

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  • tniehaus Dec 28, 2007

    The "no disc" message just started a few days ago. All DVD's get the same message. Is there anything I can try?

  • Anonymous Jan 01, 2008

    get "no disc" for all dvds on Marantz DV 4300

  • jason888 Jan 01, 2008

    when a disc is inserted, "no disc" appears. a total lie and worthless product

  • spudrock Jan 21, 2008

    Receiving no disc whenever I try to play dvd

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2008

    I have no problem, using the A/V cable, S Video, nor the Component cables. The problem with this machine is, I can not get a picture using the HDMI cable. All I get is a blue screen. I called Panasonic Customer Service. Spent 30 mins, to no avail. He did not know how to solve this problem. The main reason I bought this DVD-R/VHS was because of the HDMI input. I also tried 2 different HDMI cables, with no luck. Just a "blue" screen. I have a 37" LCD TV, if that helps any, for a solution to this problem. II do not want the bother of shipping it back. Thank you.

  • topk Jun 21, 2008

    I bought the phillips dvp5982 and often get the message "no disc" when I load a dvd. I changed the region to "0" but that didn't do it? Any help?

  • Anonymous Dec 16, 2008

    i have snow on my screen

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2009

    The disc is not being recognized when inserted. Just says 'load'.

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Does this problem only occur when a HDMI cable is inserted (No Disc problem)? If so then the hardware is probably faulty. Try returning it for a new player.

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