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Problem playing DVD's

Unit worked for many years but now won't play DVD's. When DVD is loaded a "clicking" sound is heard but unit doesn't seem to want read the DVD. Dirty disk lens? And if so how fix. Thanks Kevy Player OK reading shows"No disc"

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Bring (cd cleaner)cd from near radio shack and run it until you get good result.

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