Had the same type of problem; I called Magnavox on this one. These DVD players aren't "guaranteed" to be able to read discs that were "burned"/homemade. They're only "guaranteed" to play commerically produced DVDs. If you're trying to play something that you made it probably isn't going to work.
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Some dvd players will simply not play dvd copies, or dvd's made on computers. If it's a store bought dvd that won't load, there is an item you can buy called a cd/dvd lens cleaner. This might help, and is a good item to have around anyway. Hope this helps.
My Philips MP3 player had the same problem after I saved some non-music
files onto it through USB connection. After I deleted these files, it
seems to be working okay again. If it doesn't work, I guess you can
also try re-formating it.
i've had two magnavoxes, one that i just got about 2 months ago and they're both doing that. I got a lens cleaner CD from walmart, it's like $15, but that didn't completely fix the problem. It helped for a little while, but then the player completely broke and won't even load the cleaner. I'm not going to buy magnavox things anymore.