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DVD player model number DVP3982/37 Serial number KX1A0840465767 My DVD Video Player is failing to start the second disc in a series of 2. Thinking that it was the disc I bought a second copy but it will not start the second disc either. The day before both discs ran perfectly & the 2 first discs still work. When it fails to start I get this on the DVd player display 7:48:47 Help!

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This is an interesting problem that sounds like either a security failure or a laser alignment failure.
I would check it with numerous other video titles especially ones produced by the same people that made the one you are having trouble with. If it works fine with all other movies then the problem is most likely related to the security encoding they put on that disk.

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