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Nextech esdvd100 stoped recognise dvd/cd

My nextech esdvd100 stopped recognize dvd/cd: message-no disk. I did use laser lances cleaner, doesn't work. It doesn't recognize any disk. It looks like speed of disk is slow.

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Re: nextech esdvd100 stoped recognise dvd/cd

I have the same problem with my esdvd100 were it stop recoginze my dvd or cd. msg: No Disk

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I found the problem with this....the motor which drives the disk fails...I am looking to see if I can locate parts for the system now

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My RCA RTD317 has problems recognizing most DVD movie disks. It will play some disks most of the time and all audio disks, so I figure the lasers are working. What could be the problem?

If you've tried cleaning the Laser with a Lens Cleaner Disk or directly with Lens Cleaner Fluid and a QTip without any improvement then the Laser is Failing.

It takes less power to read some DVDs than others and a lot less power to read an Audio CD. The Laser will continue to deteriorate until it won't play anything.

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I got an Sony HCD S 300 Home Theater set recently. As I put in dvds and cds for playing, the dvd player says NO DISK. Thinking it is because it is not a original dvd it isn't working, I put another DVD...

It could be down to the Region of the Player or the Laser is Failing. As it doesn't play CDs then I suspect the the Laser is Failing (almost failed if it plays a cleaner but not CDs).

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Nexxtech ESDVD100 DVD player gone bad, how to replace?

You can try cleaning it with a dvd disk cleaner first. If that dont work by a cheap dvd player and run it to the inputs on the back of the surround player.

May 24, 2010 | NexxTech ESDVD100 System

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"No Disk" message

Your dvd lense need cleaning .
For that buy lense cleaner disk from nearest computer shop then put that disk into cd/dvd rom then play it then it clean dust from lense then you can use it again .
But if still same issue then you need to replace your dvd lense .
Let me know if you need further assistance.
Thanks for using FixYa.

Feb 24, 2010 | Sony Bravia DAV-HDX265 Theater System

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Emerson AV50 says ''NO DISK''

Hi, sounds like you have a dirty laser eye on the DVD player. The eye gets dirty and it won't read movies or function properly. I would recommend a DVD Cleaner CD. I would have you try this before I have you open the DVD Player to clean the Laser Manually. Please try this and Post the Result for me to Review. Thank you

May 19, 2009 | Emerson Home Theater Systems

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I had to gently clean the lense with a q-tip with just a hint of rubbing alcohol on it then move the laser carriage all the way out and in two or three times then play a CD for the player to work again. There was a fine layer of dust around the laser so I think that it may be very sensitive to that kind of thing.

Feb 22, 2009 | NexxTech ESDVD100 System

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System doesn't read any disk

Mine started doing this just the other day and stopped playing the DVD it was playing. I found a solution for a portable player that worked on this one. You need to open it, eject the tray and slide the laser carriage back and forth all the way two or three times gently and by grabbing on to plastic that hooks around the metal bar on the right if you are facing the player from the front. Then plug it in and play a CD all the way through and this recalibrates the laser.

I wonder how many people throw away their DVD players when this is all it needs. Makes me sick to think about it.

Jan 30, 2008 | NexxTech ESDVD100 System

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There are several causes for this problem.

1) Faulty DVD drive. Most drives have a dual laser, one for CD, and one for DVD. Check the player with both CD, and DVD. If it reads one and not the other, then it is most certainly a faulty laser. The laser assembly or whole mechanism will need changing.

2) Dirty or dusty lens. If the unit is kept in a dust environment, dust and dirt can be drawn into the machine by the fan. Try using a DVD lens cleaner. If this doesn't work try a CD lens cleaner. (Dual laser - see 1))

3) Condensation. Condensation can build up on the laser lens if the unit is kept in a humid environment. Also, this can be caused by a cold environment. In this case, condensation forms as the unit warms up. In either case, leave the unit in a warm dry environment for an hour.

Jan 12, 2008 | Philips LX3600D System

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Disc Read Error

This is the problem with your dvd player's lance so you need to repair it from your Toshiba DVD/VCR Home Theater System provider. and after replacing it u have to take care of it. do not use crashed disks . Use lance cleaner liquid to clean lance .

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NeXxtech ESDVD100 DVD Player

it would help to know what machine your playing these in . your media seems to be have recorded inna different format maybe your discs are not burned properly maybe theres a fault in your machine i would take it back to the shop or the media back the shop oh and if burning you must not use ne other program its probably your using media that is not finalized or your machine isnt designed to play them discs your using

Jul 31, 2007 | NexxTech ESDVD100 System

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