Everytime i put in a dvd it says "no disk". How
Hi, well i see this all the time in my shop, what has most likely happened is your laser head assembly has faulted, this is common. Now one has little option but to replace it. Now this is dependent upon parts availability and costings.
Unfortunately these are not that great in quality, and the lasers seem to fault often.
One could attempt repair oneself, but getting hold of a service manual, so you can get the part number(s) and service may be difficult.
My professional advise would be to take your unit to a reputable repair shop, and ask for a "Quote" before starting any repairs, as often these days the cost of repair may approach,or even exceed the cost of things these days. Also often the money, that would have been used to repair, would be better spent obtaining a new unit, different unit, with a warranty.
on Aug 18, 2010