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Help my pioneer dv313 will not read dvds its reads audio disks no problem have cleaned the laser several times but still nothing many thanks gary

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    I have the same problem with some (not all) original purchase dvd's - all regions. Yet my player is an all region machine. I've tried a cleaner disk but that doesn't work either.

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This implies the laser in the dvd can't read your disk, and says "No disk". Try cleaning the laser first, it'll look like an led. Unplug and disassemble then use a cotton bud with isopropol alcohol, or metho. If this doesn't work, the laser may be dead and it'll just be a surround sound unit then!

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Does the player play Audio disks? if so then it could be a software issue. It sounds more like the CD laser has died on your unit. The CD/DVD unit has two lasers, one for the CD side of things and another for the DVD. If still under warranty get replacement.
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Get a laser cleaning disk, and follow through with the instructions about how to clean the laser with it.

If you are able to remove the DVD player drive, you can manualy clean the laser.

If cleaning the laser does not fix the fault, then this means that there is a failure somewhere else in the drive, or the laser itself is defective. Most of the time, these drive's are not worth servicing.

eHow, cleaning a DVD laser lens:
http://www.ehow.com/how_2036275_clean-lens-dvd.html


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Try opening up the unit and cleaning the lens using a cotton swab and alcohol. Cds and VCDs don't require as much laser power to be read correctly. Usually when you can read CDs but not DVDs, the optics are starting to fail.
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A couple of things To try.

1:) The DVD Player May be Region encoded, can only play certain region Dvds. ** Try different Disks**

2:) The Disk May Be Dirty-Scratched ( Towards The Centre )
** Clean The Disk With A Soft Lint-Free Cloth**

3:) The Laser Head may have a speck of dust or debris on it.
** Try a Laser Cleaning CD**

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sometimes the laser gets dirty- to clean the laser your radio will have to be dismantled( not an easy job for your head unit) then put some computer disk head cleaner on a no lint shami and VERY gently clean laser eye

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