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Dvd player says loading disc then it will say no disc

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  • pikkewynne Jun 28, 2008

    with this player as with its Coby counterpart, discs that work fine one day or one hour will suddenly not read and you will get a loading message followed by a "no disc" or "wrong disc" message. cleaning the lens or the dvd does not affect this outcome, most intelligent people will have already tried this. we need another solution

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Try cleaning your lense with a CD/DVD cleaner first. you may be having a dirty lense only.

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