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Chevy Suburban, Panasonic overhead dvd player model 15233650: disk accepted but error message is "disk format error".

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first of all, the DVD player is your input device, and that's where you should be posting. The TV is passive, it just displays an error message from the DVD, that can't read that specific Disk. Does it happen with every DVD, or with some? is there anything common with the DVDs that won't play? burnt? certain zone? A dirty lense can often cause problems like this. Opening the player and brushing dust off the lens is the only thing you can do yourself. Otherwise take it to the lab. Good luck

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The Panasonic is not "region restricted". This is a security safeguard by studios to keep people from region 1 from using region 3 content. Some material is released in other countries first and later in others. This keeps other regions from using the content from other parts of the world before it is relaesed by the studio there. Your Zenith is not a region free player and the Panasonic is. There is sometimes hacks on Videohelp.com for DVD players to be set to "region free" but not all DVD players are built with it. SONY is another non-hackable DVD player.

Posted on Jun 11, 2007

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The only reason why its giving you the error is because the player cannot read the DVD , the cause for that are the DVD is bad, so try a different DVD and check if it will play if it did play the first DVD is really bad, But if it still did not read a different DVD in means the lens of the player can be dirty or bad, try to run a CD cleaner to clean the lesn of the player if still the same the lens may need a replacemnet already..

Hope that helps..........

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Try unplugging Samsung for a minute or so. Re-start and try again. Worked for me.

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Hello there and welcome to Fixya :
No there is nothing wrong with your player the message you are receiving is telling you that the format of the disk is of the wrong format and the player can not play that type of format.
Normally when a disk is coppied it is done in a certain type of format whether it be wmp or mda or somthing like this there are several different types out there. so if you have a player that takes only a certain type of formattted disk you will need to format the disk to that type of format before it can play. ok
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