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Disc Error: When I load a disc into the DVD side, it states it's loadding for about one minute, then it display the following message ---Disc Error: Play back feature may not be available on this disc. Please eject the disc. I have tried all kinds of discs. I even tried to insert a cleaning disc and it gave the same disc error message. Can you give me any advice?

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  • newlady Jan 14, 2008

    It's not new by any means.....Probably 4 or more years old. May not be worth fixing I suppose.

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    will not recognise cleaning disc

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Your lens (reader) is damaged or scratched - for $35 go to walmart and buy a new one - best suggestion

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Take it back to the store if its new or if you bought a warranty and trade it for a new one. If not try calling an electronic store and ask them if they know whats wrongs with it. Be sure to read the instruction manuel for a support phone number and call there too.

Posted on Jan 14, 2008

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    Eric Whitney Jan 22, 2008

    maybe get a lens cleaner disc, these discs clean off the lens that reads your movies. also try buying a movie docotr or game doctor which re-buff your cds which might help. my best adivce would be to buy a new dvd player :)

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