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Disc do not loads into it properly. Is a loading mechanism fault. Contact any service technician. The disc loading mechanism should take out from the set for repair. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
This is a common problem with DVDs. You must not leave them idle for such long periods. Second, you must always leave a disc inside the player. It protects the optical lance from dust. There may be some dust deposit on the lance or the loading rubber belt may have gone lose or the spindle motor which rotates the disc might have gone slow. But to solve this problem you will need a qualified technician. Good luck.
The problem is with the disc players laser tracking system. You may still be able to repair it by taking it apart and doing a though clean of the laser and the disc transport system. This requires that you have the proper tools and work space to open up the television and take out the disc player transport and work on it.If this seem over your head as far as working on it . Try to find a school in your area that is teaching television repair and other products. Find out if they allow people to bring in their televisions for repair at the cost of parts only.If they do then allow them to work on you dvd player and hopefully, they can find the problem and repair it for you at low cost. If you cannot get the school to help you, maybe one of the teachers or students can help you with your problem. I hope this helps you with your problem.
Are you trying to play DVD's you've made or copied yourself or new one's you buy from an actual distributor? Because sometimes self-ripped Cd's & DVD's won't play on a LOT of DVD players. Otherwise it's bad DVD player and you should go get it swapped out if it's not too late.