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Wont recognized disc

My new DVD player, on which I've only played 3 DVDs suddenly won't play any disc.  The "no disc" message appears on the screen, and in the DVD Player's digital window a "no" appears. I've tried any number of different discs and nothing happens.

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  • stockton308 Jun 10, 2008

    Toshiba SD-K760 does not load disks. I get a "no disk" message when loading.

  • conooch Jun 27, 2008

    Anytime I put a DVD in the message "no disc" appears???

  • Anonymous Sep 01, 2008

    Same deal - I've only used this DVD player a few times as it is in a room we normaly don't watch a lot of DVDs in. Now it displays "No" which I assum eis the first part of "No Disk" every time I put a disk in.

  • elondoc Nov 24, 2008

    My DVD reads "no disc" when any type of disc is entered.

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2009

    I tried to use a clean DVD player, but DV Player say the same problem: no

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I got it work work with mine. Here's how: I removed the top cover and put in a disk to see what happens. I realized it had to be a motor problem because the dvd player was having trouble spinning the disk. I removed the part that had the motor and sprayed some air into it to clean it. It works perfectly now!!

Posted on Jul 19, 2009

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Following John's suggestion, I, too, unscrewed the cover and watched as the reader made a few "herky jerky" spins. I tried using a lens cleaner, figuring silicone is silicone and might unstick what appears to be stuck. Then trying to blast it with air, as John suggested, I held it in front of the air conditioner (hey, I don't have a workshop with forced air in any other shape or form), and did that to get rid of any debris. I then vacuumed out the inside. And today (after giving it a rest - it didn't seem to do the trick), I fired it up, and voila! it works just as John said. Like new.

Thanks, John.

Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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HELLO. IT SOUND LIKE YOU NEED TO CLEAN IT. WITH A CLEANER. THAT'S MADE TO CLEAN DVD PLAYER'S .!!! GIVE IT A TRY. YOU MIGHT GET LUCKY.!!! "GOOD LUCK"

Posted on Nov 25, 2008

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