Question about DVD & Blu-Ray Players
The player has been working fine, recently when I insert a disk it does not autostart. When I press play it displays "invalid key". I've tried this with different disks. None of them will play.
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Try different brands of disk, most dvd-r recorder are disk sensitive, buy only one disk per brand, find the brand compatible to your recorder by just inserting the disk and wait for confirmation that it is ready for recording session. I have tried around five brands, sony and maxell as well as verbatim are good dvd-r disk.
Posted on Aug 23, 2007
First make sure the disc is compatible with the dvd player (CD-R+ , or CD-R - )
Second make sure the region code of the dvd you burned is compatible with the dvd region settings on your dvd player.
One of those two are preventing the disc from playing in your sansui player.
Posted on May 19, 2009
If the disc does not spin it will cause the optical reader to not read the disc, which will give you the "no disc" or "invalid disc" error. If a disc will not spin, the most common cause of this is due to a spindle motor malfunction. The good news is that it can be fixed on average of between $70-90 dollars depending on what service repair technicians charge in your local area. You can fix the problem yourself if you have the patience and a bit of knowledge, but I can tell you from first hand experience it is a pain to do this.
The pictures below provide you an idea of what you are looking at.
I hope this helps give you an idea of what the problem is and helps you solve the issue.
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Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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all you need to do is use the DVD Service Disc that you got when you bought your DVD player,, or go to www.panasonic.com and e-mail them about getting the codes removed so you can play overseas DVD, they sent me a disk for FREE and guess what it worked,,,, it comes with the instructions, here is what it says,,,
INSERT DISK- and confirm "STOP" is displayed...
USING THE REMOTE press "SETUP"
Go to "DISPLAY" menu
Select "ON SCREEN MESSAGES" then press "ENTER" button
Press ">10" found on the bottom right coner
Press "6" button
Press "4" button
Press "3" button
Press "8" button
A PASSWORD WINDOW SHOULD APPEAR
TYPE IN "3192"
PRESS THE "ENTER" BUTTON TWICE
the disk will be read, when finished remove disk
Oct 15, 2007 | Panasonic DVD-RV31 DVD Player
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