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Have recently purchased new tv/dvd. TV works fine but whenever insert a dvd it ends up saying no disc. Have tried several different dvds in case faulty disc.Any ideas? Tony

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Tv is new bring it back where u bought it and exchange it for another tv,this tv have problems,with it bubble laser eye data reader,could be bad,that why it not detecting the DVD disc shinning data's surface.

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    I think taking it back to Argos is simplest solution. Thank you

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Have you tried inserting the DVD facing the other way?

Posted on Mar 21, 2011

  • a_wood366 Mar 21, 2011

    Have already tried that but thank you

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