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I have a new system that is installed in my new motor home which has a HDMI interface to a Viewsonic LCD TV.It has a 5 disc changer.When I try to to load a dvd in the disc slot,it says BAD disc.I have tried 3 of the 5 slots with the same results.The dvd is good as I have played it at my home equiment.

Any idea what is wrong???

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  • rmcarlson64 Aug 28, 2008

    I have the same problem in my fifth wheel. The unit has already been replaced once through warranty, and now I am having it replaced again through my extended warranty. I have no idea what is wrong, but I do know it is a POS.

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This is an indication that the optics are either dirty or failing. Carefully open up the unit and clean the lens using a cotton swab and alcohol. That should resolve the problem. If not, try playing a music CD. If the CD plays but a DVD does not, the optics are failing and need to be replaced.
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try to clean the dvd player it could be the lens that is having a hardtime reading the disk and it causing the noise

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

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SOURCE: We have a RTD259 RCA 5 disc home theatre system

Fist off, do you have Satelite TV or cable box? if so you need to run you audio wires from the audio out on those devices. If not from your TV should be audio out L&R to you audio input on your RTD259, now you may have a specific input for your TV, or you may not. If there is no specific inout for TV, there should be at least one AUX audio and video input open on your unit. Hope this helps, Cali

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