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No Disk error message

Player gives No Disk error message even though it has DVD's in it.

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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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Lens is weak if dvd is fine

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    lens goes weak or gets misaligned after some particular time ans so its not able to read the disc n the player shows no disc.one more possibility is that,there may be some moisture or some dust on the lens which causes this problem.if its dust or moisture problem u can just clean it with a lens cleaning dics or open the device and clean the lens manually.but if its alignment or lens weak problem ,u will hve to get it repaired through technician .it will cost very minor charges.nothing much to worry.



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