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"Wrong Disc" I have a Coby TF-DVD7100 and when i put a dvd in it says wrong disc. my portable still played the disc but got 'shhrr' sound...the it'll appear 'wrong disc'. please,how to overcome it...??

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  • cherc Jul 03, 2008

    Can't read any disk. "Wrong Disc" always appear

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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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  • John Apr 28, 2012

    YOUR ARE A GENIUS!!! THIS ACTUALLY WORKED!!!! THANKS PAL, YOU ARE THE VERY, VERY BEST!!!!!!

  • John Apr 28, 2012

    hey everyone this worked I swear to god, just try to slide it carefully and let me know how it works!!!!!!

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