Ho2?I guess the unit is so thirsty,it forgot the right questions H20!!??Just kidding! Always back to basic,put a CD music disc in first and see the it works?If not,don't bother to check your DVD,should return it or find an A/V repair guy to fix it! Here is the number-408-806-8766(David Bustillos) Audio/Video troubleshooting expert(650-346-7607) Joe
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If this problem occurs only at this cd/dvd it's a disk problem. If it occurs on various disks try using a cd/dvd cleaner set, a wet one is better. Follow the instructions on the set. The main idea is to put one drip of the included liquid at the set (usually isopropyl alchohol) at a specific place (like small brush) on the disk surface and play this disk. This way the "brush" will clean up the laser lens and after that the cd/dvd player will be able to read the disks. BE CAREFULL not to put too much liquid on the "brush". In case this don't solve your problem, the cd player needs laser lens replacement by a technician.
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Might be cheaper to pick-up a sub-woofer and a set of speakers at the local store. I checked e-bay..no luck, and it doesn't look like Panasonic will sell separates. It will be easy to get a color match.