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Clean the disc. Try different discs to find out if it's the disc or the player. If you have dustoff spray, spray some in the disc drawer space to dislodge any dust. Update the firmware via online service if it's connected, or by download and burning a DVD on your computer with the update, then put the disc in the player and power it up (many work this way, you may have to consult your instructions or customer service).
see this causes and fix it. God bless you If your mini DVD player reads "No Disc" after you've loaded the disc, it
means the machine isn't reading the DVD. Take the DVD out again and
clean it. It's quite possible that the disc is simply dirty and cleaning
it will solve the problem immediately. However if the problem persist test the following:
Bad connections to one or more buttons or sets of buttons.
I've had this problem with trying to record on CD-Rs also. DVD and CD recorders can be very fussy. You just have to get a piece of dust or a fingerprint on the CD or DVD that's being recorded onto and it gets kicked back as a check disc or blank disc..
Another problem is some recorders will only accept certain brands. I've had problems recording onto a SONY CD-R with a SONY recorder! So, in summing up, try a different brand or make sure the disc is clean. Sometimes just taking the disc out and putting it back in in a different position will make the recorder think it's an OK disc. Hope this helps.
There really should be something on it identifying the make and model - check the underneath. Assuming you;ve tried various discs to eliminate chance its just a dodgy disc, it will be the lens either dirty or misaligned, I think. If you bought it new it shouldn't be dirty. If you bought it from a store either new or used you should just take it back. You can get lens cleaners from places like WIlkinsons and Debenhams for under $10 but I cant recommend them too strongly - bit hit and miss in my experience. If cleaning doesn't work it will likely be a repair job or bin it - it wont be anything to do with settings or that you're doing anything wrong (unless putting the disc in upside down or something!), so unless a lens cleaner works, you're only option would be to have it repaired. If you knew make and model you might find diy repair instructions on internet but I'd suggest unless you're quite handy it's not easy. I have had a number of cheap dvd players over the years and it does seem to be an area where you get what you pay for - they've generally been unreliable and in some cases had an extremely short life.
There are mainly three motors for most of the DVD players. One to spin the disc we insert in, other to load the laser pickup unit to-and-fro inside it to read the disc and an other one to load the tray mechanism 'in-out'. According to your description, the disc spins inside, and you can hear its spin. So motor which spins the disc has no trouble at all I should say. Then comes to the second motor that moves the laser assembly inside it. If it do not work, the laser pickup unit won't move and no reading will take place and 'No Disc' display will be the result. The last chance is with Laser Pickup Unit itself. Just get this unit repaired by any well experienced service technician or by the authorised service center, because, there are special tools to open this unit. As it is a compactable one, more care should be given to it while repairing. Suspect the second motor I described earlier, and the Laser Pickup Unit. OK.
Recently started getting the same error message. I thought it was because I was getting to close to full or something that was trying to over fill the discs.
Have tried EP and LP and this just started when I had a disc set to record to the end. I can't even open that one or finalize it. The rest do the same. They are working fine and when the error comes up, ZAP the disc is dead, no access.
I also tried putting the same disc into another Magnavox DVD recorder, still no access. These are both the most reliable recorders I've ever owned and I've had a number.
magnavox error message dvd
"e 6 2a031000 can not record on this disc."
I suspect at this point, a batch of cheap Nexxtech DVDs. Also it's possible that it's a heat problem with the recorder?
Once the disc goes into error mode, it's unreadable and all recordings that haven't been written to the TOC become invisible, but that time is forever lost on the DVD.
DVD is visibly (looking at recording surface) FULL but the supposed record time isn't used up. Data error. Discs reporting wrong size. Try a different brand of DVD.
There are a few different things that you can try. First make sure that
your discs are clean before you put them in the player. Even if the
disc is new I would recommend cleaning the disc off. The second thing
that you can try is a DVD player reset. You can do this by unplugging
the player for about 5-10 minutes. Then plug it back in and try the
disc. If that does not help I would try a DVD head cleaner in the
player. If all of these things do not work, it is most likely an issue
with the player.
the laser inside may be having the problem or the optical sensor inside the player is not proper.....
if after all the above said procedures fail kindly contact ur manufacturer.