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Toshiba SD-K760SU The DVD player does not seem to recognize DVDs.  The word "No" appears on the readout sreen on the player.  It also says "Not allowed at this moment>" It either seems to think there is no DVD in the machine or it says< Is is not the parental limits as those are set to Adult.  I have tried various DVDs How would you fix this?

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I found that the ribbon cable from the DVD tray to circuit board located in the middle of the chassis was loose. It only seems to be wedged into place. I inserted the cable back in and made sure it was wedged into place securely. I have had to do this twice now.

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

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