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My JVC DVD player sometime does not read a DVD disk that was played in it before in it or it has just played?? this is driving me nuts!!!! an ideas... pls...

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It's an anticopy feature. JVC extensively uses sony electronics. And Sony is the anti copy king of retardedness. I've permanently stopped purchasing sony products for this reason. From dvd players, to video game consoles, and their records and movies (columbia). I've been doing this for 10 years and haven't really missed anything :/

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