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This is brand new outta the box and it simply won't accept any disk at all. i've tried putting 3d, bluray, and regular dvd's into it. the player tries to load it and spits the disk out in rejection everytime. it won't even hold the disk. has anyone else had this problem or am i just going to have to send it back and have another one sent to me. any help would be appreciated thank you

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I have the same probrem.i bye from greece and i told to the combani to send me new

Posted on Jun 18, 2011

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    Souvik Paul Jun 19, 2011

    I also just received the player and it is not accepting any disk. Should i return and take new or a different player? Can anyone confirm that this player is really good and i can have faith in it?
    Otherwise it will be a waste of lot of money.

    Which player can i buy as a replacement for this?

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