Try pulling the disc out, keeping it turned exactly the same way while it's out, and turning the hub 1/3 turn before re-attaching the disc to the hub. Also, you might try putting it back in at different angles of tilt. Could I get you to fax or scan/attach/email me a copy of your owner's manual? ... If you can't get'r goin again then perhaps I could hire you to ship me the adaptors and case, ooh, and especially the remote!! DougMcClain@clanstead.com
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Laser lens may be dirty, try gently cleaning it with a cotton bud with a tiny drip of vodka on the end, i mean the tiniest bit. The lens is the small round, domed clear plastic thing in the player under the lid...if it is top loading. Are playing retail DVD's or any sort of disc you have created on a PC. A lot of players dont like RW-DVD disc's.
I have also had the misfortune of owning one of these substandard pieces of trash. I corrected my wrong disc error by manually moving the laser towards the center. The laser seems to jump off track and gets stuck on the outer edge for some reason. I'm still battling a software issue that keeps reverting to the set-up screen.