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Incorrect disc message

My girls played an audio CD on the tv.
since then, anytime we try to watch a dvd, a message comes up that says "incorrect disc" and it will not play.

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Sounds as if the carriage has been trashed somehow. Incorrect loading of a disc of any sort can cause this sort of message...accordianman

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