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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: "No Disc" error message
remove the cover of the unit and try to clean the lens with a soft clean dry cotton swab or if you have a compress air cleaner, just blow it. most of the time cleaning can solved this kind of problem. good luck!
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
SOURCE: DVD gives an invalid Disc Error
It's possible you have a bad DVD player unit and it will not read any type of DVD disks.I have had a lite on DVD player before and no matter what type of DVD I put in it.It wouldn't play.It only played CD
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
SOURCE: recording error E4 54037380
This seems to be a common problem on all DVD players.
If a DVD Lens cleaner (with brushes) fails to fix the problem, then it could be that you have
grease particles on the lens. Do the following:
Note. If unit is still under warranty, you may nullify this by opening unit up
You will need:
Screwdrivers as necessary
Cotton Bud sticks (also known as Q-tips)
Isoproponal/Isopropyl Alcohol (small bottle comes with some CD/DVD cleaners)
Compressed Air cannister/aerosol
1. After disconnecting unit, leave standing for 15 minutes
2. Unscrew lid and remove
3. Carefully remove DVD lens cover
4. Blast whole area with compressed air to remove dust
5. Dip one end of cotton bud in Isoproponal, and very carefully wipe DVD lens (just one wipe
6. Now wipe lens with dry end of cotton bud, and leave a few seconds to dry
7. Carefully replace DVD lens cover (watch out for ribbon cables)
8. Replace Lid
9. Reconnect, switch on and test
After I'd tried every other way possible, this method finally worked for me!
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
Mine had a similar problem. I assumed there might be some dust on the laser. I used an air compressor and pointed it at the DVD slot as it was opening and closing to blow some air around inside the unit (and hopefully dislodge any dust). It worked. The discs that would not play before did play after. I didn't have the air compressor nozzle too close to the opening as I didn't want to dislodge anything I wasn't supposed to. If it was dust on the laser, you might be able to clean it in other ways, such as removing the cover and using a cotton tip (take power off first!). That would have been my approach if I didn't have an air compressor.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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