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Hmm... I think there are many possible answers to this.
- Try to select DVD manually.
- Try to add a DVD while your USB stick is attached.
- Try to pull the wall power cable. Wait for 20 minutes, then plug it in and start the DVD player.
Very strange... Do you have a guarantee?
Most likely the DVD laser lens is dirty. Unplug the CH-DVD 300 from the wall outlet, wait 5 minutes, then remove the top cover. Next, remove the rectangular metal plate which covers the area where the CD or DVD disc would be when in the player's tray. Underneath the rectangular plate you should see two small lenses. Gently clean these lenses using ear swabs moistened with isopropyl alcohol. Reassemble the CH-DVD 300 in the reverse order that you disassembled it, plug it back into power, and now it should read your DVD discs just fine.
The solution is simple.I rang LG service (so called - LOL) Asked for a fix or reset method. (Which can be done but they won't tell novices how) Got no joy, so now I will bin it,and spend the rest of my days telling people to avoid LG. After all the posts I have since read about the same problem on various LG models,it is obvious their product sucks,they know it does, but won't accept the responsibility. If I stop 4 people buying their ****,that's at least $1000 they miss out on. If the process snowballs,how much then$$ ? It would cost me $120 just to get it to and pick it up from the repair place. Plus parts and labour added. Before buying an LG DVD recorder go online and check out how many dissatisfied customers there are. In short, DO NOT BUY !!
have u tried cleaning the hea of ur dvd player?after using a dvd player or cd player for long times of continous play say 6 months or if u play too many scratched discs and u dont clean the head of the player it starts skipping the disc or many a times dosnt recognise the disc so it'll give u errors like "Unknown Disc", "Disk Error" etc so i would really recommend u to clean its head using a dvd head cleaner cd.. its easily available in the video stores or malls.. u can purchase any dvd head cleaner cuz there are number of manufatcures for this. im sure this would solve ur issue.
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This is a problem with either the logic or the power supply. Without seeing the machine and taking measurements inside, I can't state for sure the exact problem. These are decent machines. I would suggest that you bring it to an authorized Panasonic service center for a repair estimate. Post the results here and we'll suggest the next steps.
1.Have you finalized the discs? 2. have you checked the disk type the various players will accommodate not all machine will play all disks - this is particularly the case with CD/DVD - RW's The read appropriate manuals