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The most likely problem is a bad optical pickup(the lens is part of that) aka laser. If the laser is weak, it can't read the disk, hence the error "no disk". For more information, or should you have further questions, please visit my website at audioserviceclinic.com. You may contact me through the website. Thank you.
Hi, If this isn't a "Timer" problem, meaning check your manual to see that the Timer hasn't been invoked and turn it off if possible, otherwise this usually indicates that the power supply has failed, that or there is a fault that has caused the protection circuitry has been tripped.
The very best thing to do is to contact the manufacturer, and ask them for a referral to an authorised service center, and then ask them when face to face only for a "Quote" first, and go from there. This way you can make up your mind as to repair or replace?