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This is a new one on me. Does it happen on multiple discs or just one? Is the disc from the correct regional code for your player? May be a bad player, software glitch. Emerson is very low grade, throw away brand, and you always get what you pay for. Saving money can be important, but sometimes you need to spend a bit more to get a higher quality product.
Getting a signal from a DVD is a very complicated process, involving bouncing a laser beam off of the DVD, digital electronics, microcomputers, & sophisticated programming. In this tangle of signals & programming, it is not uncommon for a glitch to prevent the player from performing correctly. There is nothing wrong with your player, per se, except that it glitches on those particular discs. The solution is to simply not play those discs on that player. This phenomenon has happened with every optical storage device since the very first laser disc player. Some players simply don't like some discs. You can try a lens cleaner disc, but it is unlikely to make any difference. This problem is just an aspect of the technology, & is not going to get any worse.
Well it might just be a little glitch with the dvd player to causse this problem so unplud the DVD
player from the wall outlit and let it stay unplugged for about 30 minutes to see if it fixed the problem and there is a small button on the rear of the dvd player that allows the disc's to pop out but you need a small flat head screwdriver to do that. Lastly if zero luck it will need to be repaired then. DOn't take it apart it could make thuings worse.
DVD players are now more dust sensitive due to the fact tracks are finer than cd. So TDK lens cleaner may help to read DVDs. Use it often? Some problem came from firmware corrupted by power line glitches(zapsor surges), Remove power cord from wall for at least 5 minutes, to reset the computer memory in your combo. Then turn it on again. Defective semiconductors can be room temperature annealed by turn on the power but do not run any disks or cassettes for a week. Then try the DVD. After all that and no success then you need to replace the dvd or the computer board or the power supply board, in your combo.
Not a solution but in case it may help other's understanding with a similar problem, found glitch to be related to the default Chapter-making process within the Panasonic DVD recorder when dubbing a DVD. Default appears to be 5 mins 20 seconds per chapter, i.e. 320 seconds. Glitches from these DVDs are seen regularly on two of my four DVD players at every 32 seconds, i.e. one-tenth of the chapter length. Can't explain why this happens, or why indeed two of the players sail-through this recurring glitch without problem.