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Several things can cause a disk not to read. You could have a bad disc, the wrong type of disc, the disc might not be finalized, the laser pickup could be dirty Try cleaning with a disk cleaner Other problems include bad or weak lasers the spindle motor could be bad ,the disk in detect switch could be dirty. The disk may not be loading into the proper position.These are the more common problems
You should go back to the sales person if it has been a recent purchase as there is no reason why they should even be in a possession of a system that is in the wrong region, there is North American, European and Asian region why they installed one of these other two regions is beyond me, but the answer to your question in short is no, the only thing you can do is encode DVD into a region free and you should be good.
Check all the wiring again. In this case you need a good grounding source to be supplied to the system. Check the brown wire, which is negative and must be grounded. If you are sure that the wiring is perfectly OK, then call the dealer and tell him the problem, if needed to change it, do it so.
how long have you been using the player? And has it been giving you this type of problem before now?
I think the fault is from the laser (lens) of your player. The lens is very weak such that it cannot read the data or files on a disc, that's why it should disc error, even though it plays some disc but that doesn't mean its not a lens problem.
You need to look for a way to replace the lens for your player so that it can play all discs perfectly well again.
actually it is due to faulty disk or dirty lens sometimes , when the lens is dirty it keeps on trying to read the data from cd or dvd and it just cant stop that infact stuck in it , or the other reason is faulty loading gear , in either case u have to physically dis assemble the player , remove the top cover some 4 or 6 screws are there in place open the top cover see the cd /or dvd and remove it physically do not force anything hard when removing the media and then if u can see the lens of ur player just clean it with a soft cloth with ur fingers in cicular motions very gently and u will see that it will play dvd /cd fine , the other thing if the loading gear is faulty or broken then u can ask me more on this
If you are loading a store bought DVD and that it what it say's. The transport needs to be replaced. roughly 150-200. If you are loading "burned" DVD's the format may be wrong and the unit cannot read it. Best suggestion I can give you is to first buy a "Laser Lens Cleaner" on that uses fluid. Any electronics store sells them for 15-20. Run it thru the unit a couple of times then try a clean, store bought DVD. If it plays, problem solved. With your DVD's, if you have any liquid car polish like mother's or meguiars, put a couple drops on the disc and spread around with your finger, let it set a couple then buff off with a microfiber towel. This works wonders for old scratched cd's and dvd's and helps protect new ones from getting scratched. As for the Lens cleaner, run it thru every product you have that uses discs 3 or 4 times a year, it's the best preventative maintance and only maintanance you can do on a CD player DVD or PC. Hope this helps
Hi, well I see this type of thing in my Lab alla time unfortunately it sounds if ya DVD has gone faulty... an all too common occurrence these days.. the Laer seem to be very "Frail" You could try a cleaning Disk, but they seldom work.. but sometimes? all ya can do is replace it with another good DVD.. OR if thats not possible use any AV input and connect a remote DVD player that way.. a bit of a hassle, but it's a work around anyway.