CAVS DVD 105G having trouble reading super CD-G disc
I just bought and received the CAVS 105G system to mainly use as a karaoke system. I bought super CD+G music disc to play in the system. When I put the disc in, it takes about 1-2 minutes to load then I get a "No Disc" message and cannot play my CD+G karaoke discs. I've tried playing regular movie DVD discs in the player and those load up fine. This is a brand new system, so I have no idea why this problem is occurring?!
Re: CAVS DVD 105G having trouble reading super CD-G disc
I also have a cavs player with a tray that sometimes will not open....and I have been playing with it now for a couple weeks....it looks like I might have the thing working after using small drops of baby oil to lubricate the mechanism.....so,take the cover off, if you push on the cassette drawer when you ask it to open, it should open....then you can apply a bit of the baby oil to the workings inside.....also, shut down the power when it is halfway open, makes access to the works much easier ....worth a try....I asked the same question on the cavs site, got no answer
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I also have a cavs machine.......when it does this I open the cassette and reinsert, it usually loads....another idea, open the machine, access the laser, you may have to remove a cover over the laser, and clean it.....also, some models have a software glitch.....so when it does this....shut the power off w the remote.....wait a few seconds, power it back up....and let it load the disc......question, does it do this w all discs?
This maybe due to a disk misread, clean youe lens and retry. If this does not help you may have a problem where the system is unaware of the disks it shouldbe able to paly this is a hard memory issue. Try cleaning the lens first.