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Wrong disc my player suddenly gave me an error "wrong disc".. it was playing two hours before that happened.. i lve in the Philipines and its hard to contact a technical support representative.

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Manually slide the laser (in its bed) along its track toward the center of the player. Try this a few times, restart as needed. I just got this advice from another poster and am happy not to spring for repair costs now, or another cheaply made substitute.

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