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No disc displayed

My machine will not recognise any disk, therefore will not play or record.
Looking into the machine with the top off and a disc inserted into the draw, the disc does not spin.
Is it a solvable problem.

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I have a dvr 1600 that was given to me and the timer light is on how do I turn it off & It dosen`t recognize any disc.

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The disc won't spin until the unit recognizes that there is actually a disc there. Try cleaning the lens using a cotton swab and alcohol. If that fails, try playing a CD. If the CD plays, the optics are starting to fail as reading a DVD requires higher laser power.
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