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DVD player the unit is a VCR & DVD player by Panasonic---it will play normal for about 2-3 minits & then a clicking sound for about 1 minit ---next it will free up & a notice will appear on the screen " check for schrees"---we have used a laser lens cleaner by Philips with no emprovement---please advise

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Check with a brand new cd dvd .

if does not work.

try to get it replaced if under warranty.

if not change the lens.

Posted on May 24, 2008

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