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I'm sorry that the DVD player is displaying green light and nothing is displaying input button. Please follow the below general tips and check if that helps.
Please make sure that the connections are secure and proper.
Try inserting another disc and check the operation.
Unplug the DVD player from wall outlet and connect it back after 1 minute to perform a power reset and check the operation.
Check whether you're able to see the DVD player logo on the TV screen.
If not, keep pressing the INPUT button until it makes any changes on the TV screen for a minute.
I hope the information helpful. If the issue persists, please get back to me with more details about the issue so that I can more look in to this. Please include the following information in your reply.
When did the issue started occurring?
Have you made any changes since it's last normal working?
What is the connection between the TV and the DVD player? Also inform if you're using a standalone DVD player.
Provide me the model # of the DVD player and TV/display device.
It sounds like the drive itself has died on you and needs replacement. I would check to see if you have any warranty. You may have a store or a LG warranty that would pay all the costs to replace the drive. If not that means you are paying the bill and a drive is worth about $100 from Amazon and other sources.
The dead drive is a common problem with these tv's so if you have the tv for a while it may not be the last one. As an alternative if you cannot change the drive yourself then I would consider just purchasing a standalone blueray player.
Any monitor can be used as a TV. If you want to make it a standalone TV, you would need an external TV tuner that will hook directly to you VGA input to your monitor. The prices for these devices are relatively inexpensive less than $100.
Did you finalize the disc? How you do this will depend on whether you are using your computer or a standalone DVR. On XP, I had to tell my burning software to finalize the disc after burning. On Windows 7, I find it will finalize the disc on eject (until I changed that setting). Finalizing the disc is an option under right clicking when I have a disc in the drive.
On a standalone DVR, you should find an option to finalize the disc in the menus that let you write a title to the disc.
Without finalization, other dvd players will not be able to read the disc. You also need to make sure that the disc is compatible with each player (+/- R is not universal).
Put the blu ray player into the tv to see if you get a picture,if you do put it back into the amp then assign the hdmi input you have used in the amps set up menu,if you did not get a picture when hooked up to the tv run a cable from the video [yellow] out put to the video in put on the tv and then set the out put of the blu ray player.
Suddenly had this problem. My Phillips is hooked up to TV and to Cable Box. When I inserted a DVD it would return a "no disc" but it would read and play CDs. After a call to Phillips...who said that they had no idea what was going on and I should take it in for service...it was 4 months out of warranty. Repair company said it was not worth the repair costs ($200) so I should try cleaning the lens with a lens cleaning disc. I bought a Maxell. It has a set of little brushes on the bottom of the disc. I inserted it and played track 2 for 20 seconds as instructed and voila! It began reading the DVDs again. I was only out the $10 for the disc cleaner. If you have this problem, try the disc cleaner first as it might be the fix.