Question about JVC Th-g41 Theater System
That's because the Optical Pickup(the laser) has worn out of specification. When you insert the disc, the laser has to be able to read the TOC(table of contents) If it can't, it will think there is no disc in the unit, and fail to play it. You can confirm that the circuity is OK(for the most part) by trying a CD. I'm sure it will play that, as the laser has 2 parts,1 for CD and 1 for DVD.(the 2 discs use different wavelength light)
Also, some players may experience firmware issues. If it plays most discs, but not some of the newer discs, that's a classic symptom of outdated firmware. Look on the manufactures website, and see if they have a firmware update for your model.
Posted on Dec 22, 2014
If your blu-ray is updateable then get update also try other disks
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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