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DVD player error

I have an enzer DVD player.When I insert a disc it says Disc read error.I tried to clean it even then it does not work.Can I repair it?

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  • kushal pathak Apr 10, 2008

    OK I will try that.But if that does not work how much it will cost me to replace the optics?& is there any way to repair it?

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Try cleaning the lens using a cotton swab and alcohol. Next try playing a CD. If the D plays but a DVD does not, the optics are weak and need to be replaced.
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Posted on Apr 09, 2008

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There may be a number of reasons why you may be encountering this problem, but there are a couple of quick solutions that may always try before seeking repairs on the player.

First, I would suggest making sure that the DVD's being used have been cleaned and are dust-free. Imperfections or impurities of any kind on the surface of a CD or DVD may prevent the laser in your player from being able to read, or even recognize the media inserted. You should be able to clean the DVD by using a soft and dry, lint-free (typically microfiber) cloth. Remember to try using gentle, outward strokes that run from the inner ring of the disc directly to the outer edge.

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