It is a CD with brushes on the bottom to help clean the laser lens (used for reading discs). It can be found cheapest in grocery stores, then office supply stores, and finally most expensive in electronics stores. It will usually run you about five to ten dollars,and can be used multiple times on any disc drive.
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Check and replace its Laser Pickup unit. It is faulty. Contact any service technician. If you wish to get some details; visit the site linked here. Pull up older posts. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
It doesnt happen every time, but about 50% of the time when we put a disc
into the machine we get a message saying "no disc." I usually take it
out and put it back in a few times to make sure that everything is shut
tightly, but it doesn't seem to make a difference. If it happened every
single time we would think the machine was broken, but because it works
half the time.other wise disc problem
Open tray, press on the remote, stop-2-3-7-9, press arrow down until 0 and press ok.
Make shure you put TV TYPE --> ntsc in the general setting
I tried this (on a multisystem set that can be "made to think" that it's a PAL or NTSC set as the case may be) and it worked. The Nexxtech DP3222 and the Entiveo DP3220 are basically the same unit except that (a) the hack for the Nexxtech doesn't require resetting every time you turn the unit on and off, unlike the Entiveo (this is really annoying) and (b) you can set the Nexxtech to multisystem, NTSC, or PAL standards, whereas the Entiveo is NTSC-only, but (c) the fast-forward on the Nexxtech is somewhat less intuitive than on the Entiveo (involves holding a button down). All in all, I prefer the Nexxtech, if only because it is more easily hackable. And I would have sworn that the Nexxtech had a blue screen saver on it before I started hacking it, because now it has a really gross-looking black-and-white screen saver. But I don't care about screen savers as long as the unit does what I want it to do.
I have just bought a GE Universal remote control and after playing with the codes and my Nexxtech DP3222, I have found the working code for the player. The code from my GE Universal 24921 for the DP3222 is 0956. The remote is sold in Walmart for a cheap price of US$4.96. I hope this info helps.
When the DVD player is plugged into power and switched on, and won't power up (nothing shows up in the front display panel), the power supply unit in the DVD is blown. the noise that player made was probably a capacitor going off. You will have to get the unit repaired.