I have a Axion Model 16-3903, 7 inch portable DVD player. It appears to be having difficulty recognizing my DVDs, that is to say, when I turn the unit on with the dvd loaded in it, the normal screen appears with a moving icon that says that it is LOADING. However, after a minute or so, the icon disappears, and the words NO DISC appear.
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This solution worked for me! My portable player would no longer turn the dvd, "no disc error". I bought a disc cleaner at a local office supply and manually turned it with my hand about 10 times. It works now!!
Laser eye reading buble,might be dirty,reqiure cleaning or having problems with those DVDs disc's itself like dirts,grimes or cracks and big scratches on those DVDs disc's laser shinning surfacing data's reading side?Check all ur DVDs disc's again u are using,might just require a good cleaning on DVD's discs on the reading data's shinning surface sides,with some dish washing soap?If the DVDs disc's are not the problems.Tries websites like Ebay.com,Amazon.com to buy a DVD disc cleaning kit.By using the DVD cleaning disc,might work,might not.But than u don't have to be littery taking the portable DVD player aparts and used some Q tips,dipping in with some rubbing alchahol to clean the Laser eye reading buble itself.
Try another DVD. If problem persists and it does not work with any type of DVD, whether recordeable burnt DVDs or original pressed DVDs then your unit is bad - either dirty lens or the laser diode is bad.
not good, the unit will cost more to fix than replace. The only thing that might help is if it has a removable battery, if so take it out and leave it out for an hour, & try again. You might try using the power cord instead( I dont think it will help but try it before you toss it out)
First clean the laser diode in the player. Next, are you using burned DVD's or legit ones? Players are not all built the same and neither are DVD's. The cheap DVD's have a cheap medium that a lot of players will not read. Some players will read just about anything you throw in them but quite a few are pretty picky. If you are burning DVD's, make sure they are compatible with your player. Some will play DVIX, MPEG4, others won't. I suggest you get one of those cheap "netbook" computers. Fill up an external hard drive with everything you can download and you will be in business. I think netbooks are going for around $400. They are small, screen size 7-9 inches, and would be the thing to get. They come with up to a 160Gb Hard drive too.
i have one kind of this model.But i never faced this issue.
in general, some DVD players wont recognise regional specific DVDs, we need to make the region free setting on DVD player.
i suspect some thing like this. Please check on philips web site the region free stpes for this particular model.