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Re: discs aren't playing
The system isn't 'seeing' the disc, probably due to a bad or dirty laser pickup. Try cleaning the 'eye' of the laser with a dry q-tip. You've have to get inside to do it. If this doesn't help, then the laser pickup is gone and will need to be replaced. This is probably the most common problem with CD players.
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Make sure the unit isn't overheating. They have processors in them to decode the digital video. If there are any fans make sure they aren't clogged up with lint. Th unit shouldn't have and thing sitting on top of it or sitting on anything hot. If all that looks good try getting a lens cleaner one for CD players should work. Its just a disc that plays that has little brushes on it. Best of luck!
No Disk issues on device players like DVDs are caused by the following problems
Dirty Play Heads (Optical lens)
Bad CDs or scratched CDs on the surface
Non Compatible CD formats such as DVDs that are designed for some geographical regions and play formats
Also low electrical current is a major problem too
Your issue could reside amongst any of these problems
Check your DVD compactible play formats if its compactible with the CD you want to play.
If its compactible, then I suggest you get a CD Cleaner to clean to clean to Lens.
Also check your current output and if low, get a voltage stabilizer
Check the surface of the CD if its scratched and get a replacement.